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WAKE FOREST UNIVERSITY LIBRARY 




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WAKE FOREST UNIVERSITY 

THE Z. SMITH REYNOLDS LIBRARY 




1981-1985 

Bapt: si 



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YATES 
BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 



NORTH CAROLINA 
THIRTY-THIRD ANNUAL SESSION 

1981 




WAKE FOREST UNIVERSITY 

MT. GILEAD BAPTIST CH&£€H 



YATES 
BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 



2821 Chapel Hill Road 
Durham, north Carolina 27707 
Telephone: (901) 489-3396 

Thirty-Third 
Annual Session 

1981 



Held with Mt. Carmel Baptist Church, Monday night, 
October 26, 1981; Temple Baptist Church, Tuesday morn- 
ing, October 27, and Immanuel Baptist Church, Tuesday 
night, October 27, 1981. 

riext session to be held with University Baptist Church, 
Monday night, October 25, 1982; First Baptist Church, 
Tuesday morning, October 26, and Faith Baptist Church, 
Tuesday night, October 26, 1982. 



In Memory 
of 

HENRY BROWN ANDERSON 




May 29, 1894 ■ December 6, 1980 
Pastor Emeritus of Grace Church 
Served as pastor 1933-1965 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



Directory of the Association 
Calendar of Activities 
Enrollment of Messengers 
Constitution 

Proceedings of Annual Session 

Historical Table 

In Memorium 

Church Directory 

Statistical Reports 

Index 



DIRECTORY OF THE ASSOCIATION 
1980 - 1981 



Moderator Rev. Gerald Goodwin 

2703 Holloway Street, Durham- 27703 
Vice Moderator Travis Clements, Sr. 

3205 Sprunt St . , Durham 27705 
Clerk John Deeds 

1804 Glendale Avenue, Durham 27701 
Treasurer Mrs. W. A. Godwin 

Rt. 2, Box 386, Chapel Hill, 27514 
Parliamentarian Bruce Little 

3707 Esther Drive, Durham 27703 



General Board Members of The Baptist State Convention 
Rev. Julian Motley, 3315 E. Geer Street, Durham 27703 
Rev. James Murphy, 6900 Garrett Road, Durham 27707 



EMPLOYEES 

Director Dr. D. Wade Armstrong 

4305 Berini Drive, Durham 27705 
Admin. Assist. Mrs. Ralph L. Bassett 

Rt. 7, Box 247-A, Durham 27707 
Secretary Mrs. Dallas Norris 

4306 David Street, Durham 27704 
Bookkeeper Mrs. Bryce Bates 

4501 Myers Park Drive, Durham 27705 
Camp Caretaker Mrs . George Funderburk 

Rt. 6, Box 181 -A, Durham 27703 



/ ! * 383-3813 
489-4951 
477-5551 
383-3197 
596-3396 



BOARD MEMBERS 



The Association Board consists of the officers of the association, direc- 
tors of the Sunday School, Church Training, Woman's Missionary Union, Music, 
Brotherhoos, TACMO, the chairman of each of the Standing Committee, the 
Director of missions, each active pastor and two lay members of the State 
General Board from our Association and the B.S.U. Directors of Duke Univer- 
sity and the University of North Carolina shall be invited to sit with the 
Associational Board in an advisory capacity. Listed below are the lay mem- 
bers elected by the churches: 



PHI IRfHPQ 


MAMCQ 


raj U l\C O O C O 




Angier Avenue 


Doiil P Wo t V i rt c 
rdUl C . natKlTIS 


o. Alston Ave. , 


277H^ 
L 1 1 KIO 




Claiborne Ross 


iuy in. uutnne hvc. , 


27703 


Bells 


Mr Mr? To mp^ Hnrtnn 




27502 


Berea 










Mr £ Mr<: F R Rritt 


2Q20 F1 1 i <; Rnarl 


27703 


Braggtown 




242 "? W flun RlirH 


27705 




Frank Nelson 


447 Continental Dr., 


27712 


Lai Veil y 


Mrs • Emma Daniel 


f\1 n I vmn Rno/1 

oiu Ltynn Kudu, 


27703 






QIC T vmn RnoH 


27703 


Cedar Fork 


Norwood Young 


Rt 1 Rnx 248 








Morr isvi lie, 


27560 




Rav pTnrt at 
s\dLy r lUULUI 


Rt 1 Rny 222 
I\L • 1 ? DUA i^L 










27560 


Phppk Hpi ahtc 


u . n • oiicx tun 




27704 




Tro Data 
lid rate 


1111 Midland Terrace, 


277fM 


Durham Memorial 


Lawrence Green 


3537 Gibson Road 


27703 




Roy Watson 


2505 Ross Road 


27703 


FhpTiP 7 PT 


V' L V XII JHvau 


271ft I ittlp Pivpr D-r 

i. 1 JL\) lij. L tie MVC1 U 1 . , 










27278 


P A fT/amnrit 

'.X gvIllU 1 1 L 


Dr\np Hill/"! C 


271ft Ache Qi--rei»t 


2770^ 






1 XOA P Main CttrAot 

i out c. wain oireei , 


7770^ 
i. 1 /UJ 


E plies us 


Mr q Arnnl H W C a t^tiq 


X^2^ <\9vuarH n-r- 
OJiJ odywdlu Uli , 


27707 




Mr q HflrrilH Ma rVham 
ru J » iiaiuiu I'la. X 1^1 1 cull 


Anin Hunter R i H nc Tra i 1 
tOlv niUlwCX IxlUgC Hall , 


27707 


Faith 


Tnm Tntnr 


JJ Jl VjIICCK IMJdU, 


27704 




Tim Carpenter 


2643 Burton Road, 


27704 


First 


Mr. § Mrs. Floyd Rhodes 


3305 Dixon Road, 


27707 


Gorman 


T. C. King 


^90 RvwnnH riri vp 
%s uy wuuu uiivCj 


27705 




Jim Cope 


3601 Westminister Ave., 


27704 


Grace 


Gary Carver 


4012 Chaucer Drive, 


27705 




George Love 


1018 Gloria Avenue, 


27701 


Grey Stone 


Mrs . Sue Freeman 


1436 Acadia Street, 


27701 




Carl Wallace 


2713 Lawndale, 


27705 


Guess Road 






Holloway Street 


Mr. & Mrs. C.T. Council 


511 Spruce Street, 


27703 


Homestead Heights 


Mr. § Mrs. C.B. Tart 


4415 Rhew Drive, 


27704 


Hope Valley 


Mr. & Mrs. Jesse Parrish 


Rt. 3, Box 278, 


27713 


Immanuel 


Dan deRoeck 


5309 Fairoaks Road, 


27712 




Wallace Long 


5030 Raintree Road, 


27712 


Lakewood 


Mrs. Robert Smith 


1710 Bedford Street, 


27707 




Henry S. Lougee 


1608 Ward Street, 


27707 


Lowe's Grove 








Lystra 


John A. Oldham 


Rt. 7, Box 571-A 


27514 






Chapel Hill 





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CHURCHES 
Mt . Carmel 

Mt. Gilead 

Sit . Hermon 

Mt. Mori ah 

Mt. Pisgah 

New Hope 

Olive Branch 
Page Road 

Park View 

Parkwood 

Plainview 

Red Mountain 
Ridgecrest 

Rose of Sharon 

Temple 

Trinity 

University 

Watts Street 

Westwood 

Yates 



NAMES 



ADDRESSES 



Mrs. Ralph Blackwood 

Miss Margery Blackwood 

Mrs . Buddy Bynum 
Melvin Clark 
Robert Hargrave 
Clifton Thomas 
Troy Wilkins 
Robert Gooch 
J. E. Booth 
Clyde Ferrell 
Jesse Moye 

Mr. $ Mrs. George Ray 
Gene Stinnett 
Don Mitchell 
Dan Smith 
Raymond Lester 
James Baggett 
Mrs . Ruth Preddy 
Everette Pendergraft, Jr, 



Rt. 7, Box 663, 
Chapel Hill 
Rt. 7, Box 309 
Chapel Hill 

Rt. 4, Box 182H,Pittsboro 

Rt. 4, Box 196, Pittsboro 

9 Greenfield Court, 

Rt. 2, Box 456B, 

Rt . 1 , Mt . Sinia Road, 

2012 WaWa Avenue, 

Rt. 3, Box 240, 

Rt. 3, Apex 

1603 Ephesus Church Road, 

Chapel Hill 

Rt. 6, Box 321, 

628 Lynn Road, 

1902 Bethesda Avenue, 

305 Cheryl Avenue, 

123 Chateau Road 

1434 Sedwick Road 

Rt . 5, Box 474 

Rt. 5, Box 685A 



Ben Brown 5110 Pine Trail Drive, 

J. B. Cash 217 Midland Road, 

Bryant Scott 3141 Rose of Sharon Road 

Mr. § Mrs. L.J. McCullers 112 E. Maynard Avenue 
Gary Carr 1703 Jester Road 

Owen McCormick 9 Hamilton Ave., 



27514 

27514 
27312 
27312 
27705 
27705 
27705 
27707 
27713 
27502 

27514 
27703 
27703 
27703 
27712 
27704 
27713 
27704 
27704 

27712 
27712 
27712 
27704 
27713 
27703 



Mrs. Wm. Upchurch 
Fred Herndon 
Walter Eakes 
W. J. Peters 
Earl Earp 
Ollie Yeargan 



1913 Glendale Avenue, 27701 

Box 154, 27707 

1210 Carolina Avenue 27705 

607 Candlewood Place 27704 

3210 Chapel Hill Road 27707 

3710 Hulon Drive, 27705 



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SUNDAY SCHOOL OFFICERS 



General Director: Dr. David Moore, 1517 Clermont Road, 27713 (ch)544-1347 

ASSIST 



(Associational Sunday School Improvement Support Team) 



Mrs. Irene Bagwell 
Rev. Pam Bass 
Rev. Wo f ford Boyd 
Rev. Harold Craig 
Rev. Wally Fowler 
Mrs. Darlene Harrill 
Rev. Fulton Hartzog 
Mrs. Joyce McKay 
Mrs . Soundra Middour 
Mrs. Bonnie O'Briant 
Rev. Jeff Page 
Mrs . Janet Whitaker 
Rev. Phil Wiggins 



414 Cleveland Street 

P. 0. Box 156, Carrboro 27510 

Rt. 7, Box 287, Durham 27707 

807 W. Chapel Hill Street, Durham 27701 

P. 0. Box 2686, Durham 27705 

1415 Holloway Street, Durham 27703 

Box 11296, Durham, 27703 

2721 Holloway Street, Durham 27703 

12 S. Circle Drive, Chapel Hill 27514 

2631 Barwick Drive, Durham 27704 

P. 0. Box 2686, Durham 27705 

P. 0. Box 156, Carrboro, 27510 

1914 S. Miami Blvd., Durham 27703 



(ch)688- 
(ch)967- 
(ch)489- 
(ch)688- 
(ch)286- 
(ch)688- 
(ch)596- 
596- 
929- 
688- 
(ch)286- 
(ch)967- 
(ch)S96- 



7308 
3056 
4483 
7397 
2281 
4711 
6430 
0448 
9040 
7429 
2281 
3056 
2158 



CHURCH TRAINING OFFICERS 

Director - Miss Nannie Mae Herndon, Rt. 3, Box 154 27713 544-1859 

Adult Director - Mrs. Ralph Stanhope, 1706 Stacy Drive 27712 477-0898 
Youth Director - Rev. Fulton Hartzog, Box 11296 27703 (ch) 596-6430 

Children's Dir.- Mrs. Harold Craig, 2519 Wilbon St. 27704 471-4688 
Preschool Dir. - Mrs. Darlene Harrill, 420 Idlewood 27703 596-3031 
Equipping Center Director - (ch)688-7397 

Rev. Harold Craig, 807 W. Chapel Hill St. 27701 
Survival (New Member) - (ch) 967- 3056 

Rev. Steve Bass, P. 0. Box 156, Carrboro 27510 
Rev. Pam Bass, P. 0. Box 156, Carrboro 27510 (ch)967-3056 



TACMO OFFICERS 
(The Associational Church Media Organization) 

President - Mrs. B. Wilson Crabtree, Rt. 1, Box 347-A, 477-4521 

Bahama 27503 

Vice Pres. - Mrs. Ray Com, 231 Latta Road 27712 477-2987 
Technical Processes - 

Mrs. Ralph Clements, P. 0. Box 135, Bahama 27503 477-3484 
Program Chmn. - Mrs. W. Alvis Crabtree, 205 Midland Road 27712 477-4660 
Secretary - Mrs. W. C. Ellis, 4904 Lockhaven Dr. 27712 477-4300 

Media Education Director - 



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WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION OFFICERS 



Director 
Asst. WMU Dir. 
Baptist Women Dir. 
Asst. BW Dir. 

BYW Director 
Asst. BYW Dir. 
Acteens Director 



Asst. Acteens Dir. Mrs 
Girls in Action Director 



Ms. Dorothy Hicks, 1308 Ed Cook Road 27703 
Mrs. Bryce Bates, 4501 Myers Park Dr. 27705 
Mrs. Richard Davis, 703 Newsom St. 27704 
Mrs. Earl Smith, 8206 Lowell Valley Dr., 

Bahama, 27503 
Mrs. Merle Edmonds, 716 Lynn Road 27703 
Mrs. Barry Allison, 4301 Newby Dr. 27704 
Mrs. Melvin Clark, Rt . 4 , Box 202B, 

Pittsboro 27312 
Roger Wall, 3405 Cheek Rd. 27704 



596-7232 
383-3197 
471-1049 
471-4391 

596-5278 
477-3976 
542-3878 

688-7482 



Asst. GA. Dir. Mrs. Elwood Bagwell, 224 Pineview Road, 27707 

Mission Friends Director 

Mrs. Charles Rutt, 4109 Guess Road 27712 
Asst. MF Dir. Mrs. Sterling Holloway, 1826 Chandellay Dr. 

27705 

Mission Action Director 



489-5402 



477-3857 
477-4338 



Secretary/Treas , 
Historian 
Group I Leader 
Group II Leader 

Group III Leader 
Group IV Leader 
Choister 
Pianist 



Ms. Peggy Clayton, 2715 Carver St. Ext. 27704 477-3652 

Ms. Rudell Garrard, 1306 H Leon St. 27704 477-0551 

Ms. Gloria Welch, 202 W. Rockway Ave. 27704 477-3336 
Mrs. Jean Tripp, Rt. 3, Box 28, 

Pittsboro, 27312 542-3808 

Mrs. Naomi Meachum 2532 Ross Road 27703 596-5665 

Mrs. Van Weaver, 3719 Kenmore Road 27705 477-2248 

Mrs. C. 0. Couch, 4813 West Hills Dr. 27705 383-2208 

Ms. Martha Thomas, 1509 Turner St. 27703 596-1270 



BROTHERHOOD OFFICERS 

Director J. Edwin Couch, Rt. 1, Box 313, 544-7014 

Morrisville 27560 

Royal Ambassador Director 

Bryce Bates, 4501 Myers Park Drive 27703 383-3197 



SENIOR ADULT OFFICERS 



President 

1st Vice- 
President 

2nd Vice 

President t, 
Program Chm. 

Secretary 

Treasurer 



Mrs. Floyd Rhodes, 3305 Dixon Road 27707 
Mrs. J. W. Dixon, 1015 Park Avenue 27701 

Robert Goodwin, 1810 Bethesda Ave. 27703 



489-3509 
688-6105 



596-3366 



Mrs. R. T. Strange, 2807 E. Geer St. 27704 688-6088 
Mrs. L. L. Husketh, 3849 Shoccoree Drive 27705 383-4633 



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SINGLES OVER 50 OFFICERS 



President Billy E. Sloan, 1008 Camden Ave. 27701 682-0065 

Vice-President Miss Ephna Watts, 1010 Camden Ave. 27701 688-2893 

Secretary 6 Mrs. Lona Pendergraph, 3912 Erwin Rd. 27705 489-2498 
Treasurer 

Activity Com. Mrs. Pearl Sears, 107 Maple St. 27703 596-6155 



SINGLES 30-50 OFFICERS 

President Mrs. Bernice Eubanks, 3115 Dixon Road 27705 489-0302 

Vice-President Richard Stallings, 1406 Carpenter-Fletcher Rd . 544-3818 

and Program 27713 

Chairman 

Secretary £ Miss Rosalyn Garrett, 2703 University Dr. 27707 
Treasurer 

Outreach Mrs. Patty J. Buck, 1711 Snow Hill Road, 471-0134 

Leader Bahama 27503 



Director 



LAUBACH LITERACY PROGRAM 
Mrs. Mary Whaley, 1516 Kirkwood Drive 27705 



477-4451 



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1981-1982 MUSIC COUNCIL 



Mike Threadgill, Director - Grey Stone Church - P. 0. 2686 (ch) 286-2281 

27705 

Committee: Hugh 0' Shields Hubert Gray Jean Howerton Mel Luther 

Ray Alderson Janet Whitaker Susan Mabie Burke Raper 

Each member of the council will serve as an area chairman. The area assign- 
ments are as follows: 

Area I 

Herbert Gray , Gorman, 3307 E. Geer St. 27704 (ch)688-3947 

Mrs. Steve Bridges, Fieldcrest, 4310 Newby St. 27704 477-4763 

Joe McGugan, Braggtown, 2531 Fairlawn Rd. 27705 477-6327 

Ran Whitley, Durham Memorial, 2717 Holloway St. 596-6387 
Plainview 



Area II 

Mel T. Luther , First, 414 Cleveland St. 27701 
Mrs. Laurence Gates, Park View, 1917 Morehead Ave. 27707 
Mike Threadgill, Grey Stone, P. 0. Box 2686 27705 
Richard B. Spell, Holloway St., 1415 Holloway St. 27703 
J. Harold Craig, Temple, 807 W. Chapel Hill St. 27701 



(ch) 688-7308 
489-5234 
286-2281 
(ch)688-4711 
(ch)688-7397 



Area III 

Mrs. Susan Mabie , Ebenezer, Rt. 2, Box 422-A 27712 (ch) 383-6668 

Wiley Oakley, Ridgecrest, 222 Midland Road 27712 (ch)477-5426 

A. M. Hall, Red Mountain, Rt. 1, Box 406, Bahama 27503 477-3774 

Paul Wingler, Guess Road, 2105 Camillia Dr. 27705 471-6208 

Mark Hill, Rose of Sharon, SEBTS Box 2195, Wake Forest 27587 556-3435 

Scott White, Homestead Hgts., 4007 Holt School Road 27704 (ch)477-3859 



Area IV 

Mrs . Janet Whitaker , Carrboro, P.O. Box 156 

Cresset, 7 Tennyson Place 

University, P.O. Box 508 



Mrs. Robin Snyder 
Miss Elain Coates 



Bill Meredith, Mt. Carmel 
Mrs. Bill Kilpatrick, Mt . 



Miss Karen Gray, 
James Taylor, Mt 



Ephesus , 
Mori ah, 



Carrboro 27510 (ch) 967- 3056 
27704 471-3125 
Chapel Hill (ch)942-2157 
27514 

Chapel Hill 27514 929-4082 
Box 30 Chapel Hill 929-6535 
27514 

Mclver Dorm-UNC, Chapel Hill 27514 933-6103 



306 Pritchard Ave 
Gilead, Rt. 7 



Rt. 7, Box 182, 27707 



(ch)489-3425 



Area V 

Mrs. Jean Howerton , Faith, 1910 Essex Rd. 27704 

Don Foust, Cheek Heights, 1214 Horseshoe Road 27703 

John Laverty, Angier Avenue, P.O. Box 11296 27703 

David Phipps, Edgemont, 1408 Shawnee St. 27701 

Gregory C. Loftis, Olive Branch, 1912 W. Club Blvd. 27705 



688-4064 
596-8379 
(ch) 596-6430 
688-2145 



Area VI 

Hugh 0' Shields , Bethesda, 1914 S. Miami Blvd. 27703 (ch)596-71S8 

Steve J. Andrews, Parkwood, 1517 Clermont Road 27713 (ch) 544-1347 

Kraig McBroom, Lowe's Grove, 200 Seven Oaks Rd. Apr. 11F 04 471-9807 

Mrs. Mack Vickers, Berea, Rt. 3, Box 116 27713 544-1464 
Grant Payne, Trinity, 1901 Leonard St. 27703 

Mrs. Norman Tingen, New Hope, Rt . 6, Box 116, Chapel Hill 27514 544-7090 

Bruce Benton, Hope Valley, 5523 Garrett Road 27707 489-4910 



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Area VII 

Burke Raper , Grace, 1004 N. Mangum St. 27701 (ch)b8S-o765 

Larry Dickens, Yates, 2819 Chapel Hill Road 27707 (,ch)4S9-.2309 

Mike McKeown, Immanuel, 3573 Hillsborough Road 27705 (ch) 383- 1422 

Tim Kirkland, Westwood, Rt . 2, Box 476-AA,Wake Forest 27587 5Sb-4988 

Richard Vinson, Mt. Hermon, 210 Alexander Ave., Apt. E 2770b 084-1701 

Kenneth Harrell, Watts Street, Box 3057 27705 (ch)b88-13bb 
Jeff Rogers, Lakewood, 41 Laurel Ridge Apts ., Chapel Hill 27514 9b7-9b88 

Area VIII 



Ray Alderson , Calvary, 1204 Lynn Road 27703 (.ch) 59b-2S92 

Mrs. Don Mitchell, Page Road, 1902 Bethesda Ave. 27703 596-4bl8 
Mrs. Gayle Peed, Cedar Fork, 901-H Kensingron Dr. Cary 27511 4b9-9456 
Evelyn Ruth Ragan, Mt. Pisgah, Rt. 1, Box 323, New Hill 275b2 3b2-b905 
Mrs. Eustace Horton, Bells, Rt. 3, Box 140, Apex 27502 362-b709 
Tom Bland, Lystra, 428 Cameron Ave., Chapel Hill 27514 942-3927 



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1981-82 COMMITTEES 



Annual Meeting 

(82) Rev. Ernest Holt, Chm., 3102 Guess Road, Durham 27705 (ch)477-4893 

(83) Rev. Crate Jones, Box 11296, Durham 27703 (ch)596-6430 

(84) Rev. Carl Herweyer, P.O. Box 15022, Durham 27704 (ch)477-6440 

Calendar 

(83) Mrs. Dana Kelly, chin., Rt . 3, Box 272-A, Durham 27713 544-3295 
(82) Mrs. Hallie McGhee, 3528 Chapel Hill Road, Durham 27707 489-2471 

(84) J. Lmwood Tew, 706 Frazier St., Durham 27704 477-4617 



Camp 

(84) Rev. Ernest Ferrell, chm., 1914 S. Miami Blvd., Durham 
(82) Fred Albert, Rt . 4, Box 508-H, Hillsborough 27278 
(82) Ike R. Rowland, 204 Raynor St., Durham 27703 

(82) Carpenter Mangum, 2115 Englewood Avenue, Durham 27705 

(83) George Ray, Director, Rt . 6, Box 321, Durham 27703 



(83) 
(84) 



Doug Porterfield, 
Bob Duncan, Rt . : 



5128 Gibson Road, 
Box 688, Durham 



Durham 
27704 



27703 



03(ch)596-2441 
732-7081 
596-5581 
286-2394 
596-7304 
596-2055 
(ch)682-2591 



Community Ministries 

(84) Rev. Tobie Stone, chm., Rt . 2, Box 422-A, Durham 27712 (ch)383-6668 

(82) Mrs. L. D. Harward, Sr., 2104 N. Duke Street, Durham 27704 477-4743 

(82) Mrs. Edna Leathers, 303 S. Briggs Ave., Durham 27703 596-5144 

(82) Rev. J. A. Fogleman, 1811 Dial St. Durham 27713 544-3471 

(83) Mrs. Gladys Wheeler, 112 Foxcroft Lane, Durham 27713 544-1121 
(83) Mrs. Vernon Weaver, 3009 Shannon Road, Durham 27707 489-3925 
(83) Brevard Brown, 122 Argonne Dr., Durham 27704 471-3712 



(84) J. Frankie Shipp, 
(84) Ernest Love, Rt . 



3934 S. Alston Ave., Durham 27713 
1, Box 260-AA, Hillsborough 27278 



544-2496 
477-8929 



Constitution 

(82) Rev. Russell Wimmer, chm., 3573 Hillsborough Rd. 27705 (ch)383-1422 

(83) Mrs. Early Hemdon, 2406 Sparwood Drive, Durham 27705 383-4854 

(84) Francis Walker, 2527 Wilson St., Durham 27705 286-2430 
(84) Dr. James Murphy, 6900 Garrett Road, Durham 27707 (ch)493-1809 
(84) A. B. Stone, Jr., 2700 Bexley Avenue, Durham 27707 489-6433 



Deacons 

(84) Rev. James West, chm., 1204 Lynn Road, Durham 27705 (ch)596-2592 

(82) Mrs. W. E. Rice, Rt . 6, Box 507, Durham 27703 596-6134 

(83) Rev. David Moore, 1517 Clermont Rd . , Durham 27713 (ch)544-1347 
(83) Charles Hicks, 2523 Banner Street, Durham 27704 477-0106 



Evangel ism 

(83) Rev. Robert Weatherly, chm., Rt . 7, Box 182, Durham 27707 (ch)489-3425 

(82) Rev. Charles Harris, 414 Cleveland St., Durham 27701 (ch)688-7308 

(83) Jesse Moye, 1603 Ephesus Church Road, Chapel Hill, 27514 942-1945 

(84) Rev. Emory Bare, 2031 W. Club Blvd., Durham 27705 (ch)286-1593 
(84) J. T. Craig, 400 Greene Street, Durham 27701 688-0635 



Finance 

(83) Dr. Frank Zedick, chm., 1004 N . Mangum St., Durham 
(82) John Clayton, 1208 Evans Drive, Durham 27705 

(82) Mrs. James Murphy, Rt . 3, Box 276-A, Durham 27713 

(83) William Mitchell, 2611 Kamis Street, Durham 27707 
rai} ?l V ; Everette Smith, 2100 Chapel Hill Rd . , Durham 

Lhns Hamlet, 917 Englewood Ave., Durham 27705 



27701 (ch)688-6765 
489-9514 
544-3966 
489-2684 
27707 (ch)489-2537 
682-5572 



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Future Development 

(82) Roger Upchurch, chm. , 3206 Sprunt ., Durham 27705 383-4253 

(82) Mrs. A. J. Frankenstein, 3703 Knollwood Drive, Durham 27712 383-2791 

(83) Rev. Richard Davis, 2500 Acadia Street, Durham 27704 477-7497 

(83) Rev. Keithen Tucker, Rt. 4, Box 120, Pittsboro 27312 (ch) 542-2431 

(84) W. J. Broadwell, 3629 Hathaway, Durham 27707 489-7152 

Inter-Faith 



(82) Rev. Bob McClemon, chm., P. 0. Box 3057, Durham 27705 (ch)688-1366 

(82) Mrs. Billie Garris, 227 Chateau Road, Durham 27704 477-3286 

(83) Dr. Thomas Downing, P. 0. Box 508, Chapel Hill 27514 (ch)942-2157 

(83) Mrs. Leon (Peggy) Yates, Rt. 7, Box 187, Durham 27707 489-1517 

(84) Mrs. D. R. Garrett, 503 Everett Place, Durham 27701 682-5919 

Missions 



(84) Rev. Clay Warf, chm., 807 W. Chapel Hill St., Durham 27701 (ch)688-7397 

(82) Mrs. Thad Ashley, 2612 N. Roxboro Road, Durham 27704 477-5659 

(82) Mrs. Fred Lipe, 3915 Wake Forest Road, Durham 27703 596-6523 

(83) Marvin Pridgen, 5106 Tudor Place, Durham 27713 544-3132 

(84) Rev. Vernon Sparrow, Rt. 7, Box 665, Chapel Hill 27514 933-8601 
(84) Spurgeon Booth, 416 Monticello Ave., Durham 27707 489-9881 

Nominations 



(82) Rev. Norman Gossett, chm., 1103 E. Main St., Durham 27701 (ch)682-3251 

(82) Miss Nannie Mae Herndon, Rt. 3, Box 154, Durham 27713 544-1859 

(82) Dwight Ferrell, Rt. 5, Box 66, Durham 27704 477-0204 

(83) Mrs. John Freeman, 1436 Acadia Street, Durham 27701 682-7154 

(83) Mrs. A. N. Gale, 626 Hammond St., Durham 27704 477-5320 

(84) Mrs. Otis King, 1825 Forest Road, Durham 27705 286-4183 
(84) Louis Carver, 1211 W. Cornwallis Road, Durham 27707 489-5240 

Ordinations 

(84) Rev. Larry Harper, chm., 4007 Holt School Road, 27704 (ch)477-3859 

(82) Rev. Billy Lynch, 1815 Glenn School Road, Durham 27704 (ch)682-1248 

(83) Rev. Harold Rumfelt, 123 Olive Branch Road, 27703 (ch)596-8907 

(83) Rev. John Freeman, 1436 Acadia St., Durham 27701 682-7154 

(84) Rev. Aubrey Quakenbush, 5214 Hillsborough Rd., 27705 383-1657 

Place and Preacher 

(83) Rev. Charles Rutt, chm., 4103 Guess Road, Durham 27712 (ch)477-3993 
(82) Mrs. Robert Thornton, Rt. 1, Box 13, Bahama 27503 477-8075 

(84) Rev. Lawrence Knott, 2710 Sparger Road, Durham 27705 383-3653 

Radio and TV 



(83) Rev. Bill Brogden, chm., P. 0. Box 2686, Durham 27705 (ch) 286-2281 
(82) Sidney Pruitt, 913 Markham Ave., Durham 27701 688-8592 

(84) Rev. Julian Motley, 3315 E. Geer St., Durham 27704 (ch) 688-3947 

Resolutions 

(82) Mrs. J. Cecil Howard, chm., 1408 James Street, Durham 07 489-2107 

(83) Rev. A. D. Frazier, 4214 Lumley Road, Durham 27703 596-7017 

(84) Mrs. Hubert Mumford, 1108 Raynor Street, Durham 27703 682-2465 



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Student Work 

(82) Wiley Oakley, chm. , 222 Midland Road, Durham 27712 (ch)477-3993 

(82) Rev. Tobie Frost, 6900 Garrett Road, Durham 27705 (ch)493-1809 

(82) Mrs. Rudolph Stock, 2505 Nation Ave., Durham 27707 489-5712 

(83) Rev. Robert Tyson, Rt. 7, Box 152, Chapel Hill 27514 (ch)933-6324 

(84) Mrs. Joyce McKay, 2721 Holloway Street, Durham 27703 596-0448 
(84) Preston Stainback, 3015 E. Geer Street, Durham 27704 688-5623 
(84) Robert S. Smart, #16 Beaver Place, Durham 27705 383-8883 

Trustees 

(82) Stewart Wallace, chm., 614 Brookwood Drive, Durham 27707 489-7360 

(83) T. 0. Perry, 1502 Washington St., Durham 27701 682-2836 

(84) Jesse T. Cole, 2938 Chapel Hill Road, Durham 27707 489-1841 



Youth Advisory 

(83) Rev. Fulton Hartzog, chm., Box 11296, Durham 27703 (ch)596-6430 

(82) Fred Bramgik, 1219 Clinton Road, Durham 27703 596-1584 

(82) Dewey Bumgardner, 1203 N. Gregson St., Durham 27701 682-6466 

(83) Mike McKeown, 3573 Hillsborough Rd., Durham 27705 (ch) 383-1422 

(83) John Bridges, P. 0. Box 15022, Durham 27704 (ch)477-6440 

(84) Miss Mary Long, 907 Dacian Ave., Durham 27701 682-2072 
(84) Miss Pat Hilliard, 37 Hawthorne Dr., Durham 27712 383-2734 



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1982 CALENDAR 



ASSOCIATION 



STATE AND CONVENTION 



JANUARY 1982 



New Year's Day 
Singles Over 50 
Bible Study Week 
Singles 30-50 
Ministers' Conference 



1 
2 

4- 

9 
11 
15- 

Mar.17 Local Lay Witness Training 

19 Interpretation Meeting for 
Raleigh-Durham Metro 
Clinic (Sunday School) 

25 WMU Council Meeting 

31 . Youth Council 



FEBRUARY 1982 



1 New V ear's Day 

8- 9 Home Missions Teacher Traini- 

ing - Caraway 
11-13 Clergy Couples Marriage 

Enrichment - Caraway 
13 Music Anthem Reading Clinics - 

Greensboro, Souths ide 
14-15 New Pastor Orientation - 

Baptist Building - Raleigh 
22-23 Lay Witness Annual Meeting 

Caraway 

22-23 NC3M State RA Planning Com. - 
Caraway 

24 Baptist Men's Day in Churches 
29-30 Associational Church Training 
Enabling Conference - 
Caraway - Regions 1,2,3,4 
S,6 



6 Singles Over 50 

6 TACMO - 2 p.m. 

9 Board Meeting 

11 Senior Adults 

13 Singles 30-50 

14-20 WMU Focus Week 

15 Ministers 1 Conference 

21-24 Home Mission Study 

28 Youth Council Meeting 



8- 9 Evangelism Conference - 

Greensboro - War Memorial 
Auditorium 

19-20 Youth Handbell Festivals - 

Raleigh, Meredith College 
Charlotte, Woodlawn 

26-28 High School Seniors' Retreat 
(Youth and Campus Minis- 
tries) 



MARCH 1982 



14 



13 

14-21 
28 



Associational Leadership 
Training School (S.S.) 

Two identical evening 
sessions 

Baptist Men's Mission 
Sharing Night 

Singles Over 50 

Week of Prayer for Home 
Missions and Annie Arm- 
strong Offering 

Singles 30-50 

Youth Week 

Youth Council 



VBS Clinics, First Baptist 

Church, Graham 
State Youth Choir Festival - 
Workshop, Winston-Salem, 
Wake Forest University 
Youth Week - SBC 
Church Extension Growth 
Conference - Raleigh 
12-13 Language Missions Conf. - 
Caraway 
Youth Night - SBC 
Youth Ministry Workshop/ 
Fellowship, Caraway 
(Youth Ministry) 
WMU Annual Meeting - Greens- 
boro 

Statewide Pioneer RA Congress 



5- 6 



8-13 
11 



13 

18-20 



19-20 



26-28 



12 



APRIL 1982 



7 
J) 




Singles Over 50 






Simultaneous ACTION Enrol 


4 




Palm Sunday 






ment Campaigns (2-4 


4- 


11 


Simultaneous Revival - 






Weeks before revivals) 






"Here's Hope" 






(Sunday School 


5- 


9 


Simultaneous Revival 


2 - 


4 


BSU Spring Conference 






Crusade Breakfasts - 


2- 


3 


State Church Media/Librar 






8 a.m. 






Conf. - Raleigh (S.S.) 


10 




oingies ou-ou 


9 




Good Friday 


1 1 




Easter 


11 




Easter 


12- 


18 


Jewish Fellowship Week 


16- 


18 


Acteens Queens ' Court - 


12 




Ministers' Conference 






Ridgecrest 


19 




VBS Clinic - p.m. Braggtown 


16- 


17 


RA Counselor Backpacking 


20 




VBS Clinic - a.m. Braggtown 


16- 


17 


Youth Convention 


20 




WMU Annual Meeting 


18 




Cooperative Program Day i 


25 




Youth Council Meeting - 2:30 






the churches 


26 




WMU Council Meeting 


19- 


23 


Baptist Doctrine Week 










Interfaith Witness Conf. 












Raleigh. First Church 








19- 


21 


N. C. Church Music Conf.- 












Caraway 








20 




Church Building Conf. - 












Raleigh 








23- 


25 


Family Camping Weekend - 












Caraway 








23- 


25 


Pioneer Backpacking Trip 












(Grades 7-12) 








30-May 


1 Crusader Overnight 












Camp- Caraway 












(Grades 1-3) 








30 -May 


1 Family Camping Week- 












end - Caraway 


MAY 


1982 








1 




Singles Over 50 


1 




Interfaith Witnessing 


1 




TACMO - 2 p.m. 






Equipping Seminar - 


1 




RA Track Meet - Southern High 






Caraway 


2- 


9 


Christian Home Week 


3- 


4 


Statewide Senior Adult 


8 




Singles 30-50 






Rally - Greensboro, 


8 




RA Track Meet - Raindate 






First Church 


9 




Mother's Day 


10- 


12 


Key Leadership - Ridge- 


10 




Ministers' Conference 






crest Conf. Center 


13 




Senior Adults 


12- 


13 


SS Special Workers Train- 


15 




GA/Acteen Track Meet 






ing - Ridgecrest 


16- 


23 


Associational Emphasis Week 


14- 


16 


Deaf Youth Retreat - Cara 


1 7 




Pastor/Staff Sunday School 






way 






Workshop - Day Session 


14- 


15 


Young Baptist Women Re- 


17 




Pastor/Staff/Sunday School 






Li CdL rt U11UU V 1 j Ua 






Director Workshop - 


17- 


19 


Senior Adult Conference - 


18 




Associational Board Meeting 






Caraway 


22 




GA/Acteen Track Meet - 


19- 


21 


Senior Adult Conference - 






Raindate 






Caraway 


24 




Brotherhood Planning Meeting 


21- 


22 


State Day Camp Directors' 


30 




Youth Council - 2:30 p.m. 






Workshop - Caraway 



(Brotherhood) 
21-22 Statewide Correctional 

Ministries Conference 



13 



MAY 1982 - continued 



2 ? 



22 

28-29 
28-29 
29 



JUNE 1982 



5 


Singles Over 50 


5 




8 


Calendar Committee Meeting 






12 


Singles 30-50 






20 


Fathers 's Day 


5- 


•11 




Youth Council - 2:30 p.m. 










13 








14 








20 








25- 


•27 


JULY 1982 






3 


Singles Over 50 


4 




4 


Independence Day 






10 


Singles 30-50 


4 




12 


Ministers 1 Conference 


5- 


10 


13 


Associational Board Meeting 








(Tentative) 


10- 


16 


25 


Youth Council - 2:30 p.m. 






26 


WMU Council 


19- 


24 






26- 


31 


AUGUST 


1982 






3 


Clerks' Conference 


13- 


14 


7 


Singles Over 50 




7 


TACMO - 2 p.m. 


16- 


18 


9 


Ministers' Conference 






12 


Senior Adults 






14 


Singles 30-50 


16 




22-29 


Church Music Week 






29 


Youth Council - 2:30 p.m. 


20- 


21 



22 

23-25 



Summer Youth Ministry Seminar 
SEBT 

State Children's Bible Drill/ 
Youth Bible Dri 1 1 and 
Speakers' Tournament 

Tri -State RA Track Meet 

Associational RA Hi rectors' 
Confe rence 

Couples Retreat 1-15 and up] - 
Mundo Vista 

State Childrens Bible Drill/ 
Youth Bible Drill and 
Speakers' Tournament 



State Children's Bible Drill/ 

Youth Bible Drill 6 Speaker' 

Tournament 
Youth Church Training Week - 

Ridgecrest 
Youth Bible Drill/Speakers' 

State Tournament 
Caraway opens for boys 
Statewide Youth Speakers' 

Tournament and Bible Drill 

Final 

Couples in Missions Retreat - 
Caraway 



Christian High Adventure for 

boys begins (6 one-week) 
Independence Day 
Youth Evangelism Week - 
Caswel 1 

Church Training Week - Ridge- 
crest 

Youth Conference II - 
Caswel 1 

Youth/Adult Music Conference- 
Caswel 1 



Brotherhood Specialist Train- 
ing - Caraway 

Happiness Retreat - Caraway 
Conference Center and 
Camp Caraway 

Preparation Week Readiness 
Clinic - Piedmont (S.S.) 

Lay Witness Training - Camp 
Caraway 

On-to-College Day 

Equipping for Church Train- 
ing Growth - Caraway 



14 



AUGUST 1982 - continued 

27-28 
28 



SEPTEMBER 1982 

4 Singles Over 50 3- 4 

5-11 Brotherhood Leadership Week 

6 Labor Day 6 

7 Bold Budget Building 10-11 

Banquet 

7 Tentative Board Meeting 12-15 

11 Singles 30-50 

13 Ministers' Conference 

14 Associational Sunday School 13-15 

Leadership Night 
20-21 WMU Leadership Conference 17-18 
26 Youth Council - 2:30 p.m. 
26- 

Oct . 3 Sunday School Preparation 17-18 
Week 

24-25 



24-26 



OCTOBER 1982 



2 


Singles Over 50 


1- 


9 


Singles 30-50 




11 


Ministers ' Conference 


3 


12 


Associational Board Meeting 




18 


WMU Council Meeting 


4- 


25-26 


Associational Annual Meeting 




31 


Youth Council Meeting 


6 



8- 9 



8- 9 



11-13 
13-15 



15-16 
15-17 



15-16 



15-16 



18-19 



Statewide Church Brotherhood 
Directors' Conference 

Youth Evangelism Conference - 
Greensboro - Coliseum 



Foreign Missions Teacher 

Training - Caraway 
Labor Day 

N. C. Baptist Men Board Meet- 
ing - Caraway 

Regional Brotherhood Workshops 
and Associational Missions 
Education Dialogues 

Clergy Couples Marriage En- 
richment Retreat - Caraway 

All -age Sunday School Worker 
Convention - Ridgecrest 
Conf. Center (Statewide) 

Volunteer Music Directors 1 
Retreat - Caraway and 
Tarboro, First Church 

Adult Choir Festival/Work- 
shops - Raleigh, Meredith 
College 

Couples in Missions Retreat - 
Caraway 



Crusader Overnight Camp - 
Caraway 

North Carolina Missions Offer- 
ing received in churches 

Evangelism Leadership Conf. - 
Caraway 

Cooperative Program Emphasis 
in the churches 

All -age Sunday School Worker 
Convention - Caraway 

RA Couselor Campcraft Train- 
ing - Caraway 

Senior Adult Retreat - 
Caraway 

Senior Adult Retreat - 
Caraway 

Area-wide Deacons 1 Training 

Family Camping Weekend - 
Caraway 

RA Crusader Overnight Camp - 
Caraway 

Young Baptist Women Convention 

Ridgecrest 
Church Secretary's Seminar - 

Caraway 



15 



OCTOBER 1982 - continued 



NOVEMBER 1982 

1 Baptist Women's Day of 
Prayer 

6 Singles Over 50 

6 Associational Crusader Car 
Competition/Mission Fair 
11 Senior Adults 
13 Singles 30-50 
15 Ministers' Conference 
25 Thanksgiving 
28 Youth Council 
28- 

Dec.5 Week of Prayer for Foreign 
Missions and Lottie Moon 
Christmas Offering 



DECEMBER 1982 
Nov. 28- 

5 Week of Prayer for Foreign 
Missions and Lottie Moon 
Christmas Offering 
4 Singles Over 50 
11 Singles 30-50 
13 Ministers' Conference 
25 Christmas 



21- 22 Pastor/Music Director Work- 

shop - Caraway 

22- 24 Family Camping Weekend - 

Caraway 

22-23 RA Pioneer Officers Training- 
Caraway 

29-50 Baptist Young Women's Con- 
vention - Ridgccrest 

30 Children's Choir Festival/ 
Workshop - Greensboro - 
Lawndale Church 



1-7 Royal .Ambassador Week in the 

churches 
8-12 Singing Churchmen - West 

Virginia Mission Tour 
13-14 Baptist Men's Convention - 

Fayetteville 
15-17 Baptist State Convention - 

Fayetteville 
19-20 Literacy Workshops - Caraway 
22 "M" Night 
25 Thanksgiving 
28- 

Dec.5 Week of Prayer for Foreign 
Missions and Lottie Moon 
Christmas Offering 



Nov. 28- 

5 Week of Prayer for Foreign 
Missions and Lottie Moon 
Christmas Offering 

25 Christmas 

26 Student Day at Christmas 

(Youth 5 Campus Ministries) 



APRIL 16-24, 1983 
RALEIGH/DURHAM METRO CLINIC 
(SUNDAY SCHOOL) 



16 



MESSENGERS 



ANGIER AVENUE : Mrs. Matie Deal, Mrs. Inez Ferguson, Mrs. Vance Fisher, 

Fulton Hartzog, Leonard Husketh, Mrs. Leonard Husketh, John Laverty, Mrs. 

John Laverty, Billy Sloan, Miss Ephna Watts. 

BELLS: James Horton, Mrs. James Horton, Mrs. Earl Parker. 

BEREA : Mr. § Mrs. Ronald Winstead, Mary Farrell . 

BETHESDA : W. Farrell, Mr. & Mrs. D. Williams, Robert Goodwin, Mr. & Mrs. 
L. Williams, Mr. & Mrs. E. B. Britt, Phil Wiggins. 

BRAGGTOWN : Mrs. Ed Stone, Mrs. John Lang, Wilson Crabtree, Mr. & Mrs. 

Frank Nelson, Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Cooke, C. G. Blackard, Ernest Love. 

CALVARY : Mrs. Alice Watson, Mrs. Magdaline West, Mrs. Mae Edmonds, Everett 

Boone, Mrs. Eunice Boone, Ray Alderson, Mrs. Sudie O'Neal. 

CARRBORO : Mr. § Mrs. Jim Wright, Mrs. Willie Perry, Mrs. Milton Latta. 

CEDAR FORK : W. R. Beasley , Mr. & Mrs. J. Edwin Couch, Mrs. Flora King, 

Mrs. Naomi Morse. 

CHEEK HEIGHTS : Mrs. Shirley Scott, Mrs. Louise Pate, Mrs. Nettie Lasater, 

Mrs. Kathryn Scott, Mrs. Ethel Holder, Mrs. Altha Womble. 

CRESSET : 

DURHAM MEMORIAL : Ronnie Bolton, Mrs. Viola Chappell, Mrs. Haleen Gwaltney, 
Mrs. Cindy Rigsbee, David Rigsbee, Mrs. Shirley Shelburne, Frank Shelburne, 
Mrs. Ginger Stanhope, Mrs. Sandra Vogue, Mike Vogue. 

EBENEZER : Buffie Parrish, Phil Parrish, Nancy Stone, Ruth Clark, John 
Carrington, Jessamine Garrard, Betty O'Dell, Glenn Winstead, Rachael Snead. 
EDGEMONT : Mrs. L. D. Harward, B. F. Denning, David Phipps, Mrs. David 
Phipps, Mrs. W. T. Suitt, Mrs. Sidney Webster, Mrs. Gerald Williams. 
EPHESUS : Mrs. Clyde Hayes, Mrs. Robert Hege, Mrs. Theda L. Pendergraph, 
Philip Riggsbee, Mrs. Phiip Riggsbee. 
FAITH : 

FIELDCREST : Mrs. Fannie Norris , Mr. Thomas Ellis, Leon Weaver, Mrs. Kay 
Lynch . 

FIRST : Mr. & Mrs. Mac Britt, Mr. & Mrs. Jethro Broadwell, Mrs. Charles 
Harris, Mrs. Alice Lipe, Mrs. Pauline Lyon, Mr. 5 Mrs. Dallas Norris, Mrs. 
C. N. Royal. 

GORMAN : Mr. & Mrs . R. E. Broughton, Mr. & Mrs. H. B. Gray, Mr. & Mrs. V. 
E. Glenn, Mr. J. M. Motley, Mr. § Mrs. R. J. Thornton, Wayne Schlink. 
GRACE : Mrs. C. S. Dhue, Ms. Pat Hilliard, Mrs. George Love, George Owen, 
Mrs. George Owen, Mr. § Mrs. T. 0. Perry, Mrs. M. 0. Tyndall, Mrs. Alvis 
Warren, Mrs. Frank Zedick. 

GREY STONE : Wallace Fowler, Jeff Page, Bill Brogden, Thomas J. Griffin, 
Fred Hester, Mrs. Malbert Smith, Jr., Mrs. Wade Armstrong, Mrs. J. E. Straw 
bridge, Mrs. S. E. Dennis, Mrs. Carl Wallace. 
GUESS ROAD 

HOLLOWAY STREET : Albert Gardner, Mrs. Mozelle Gardner, Clyde Gregory, 
Charlie E. Hinson, Mrs. Stella Hinson, Roy D. Holmes, Mrs. Ruth Kerr, Mrs. 
Debbie King, Mrs. Gwen Laing, Mrs. Sarah Price. 

HOMESTEAD HEIGHTS : Wilson Sprouse, Mrs. Mary E. Whaley, Mrs. Floyd Dollar, 
Ray Rogers, Mrs. Ray Rogers, Mrs. Stuart Henderson. 

HOPE VALLEY : Mrs. James I. Murphy, Rev. Elton Frost, Rev. Norman Gossett, 
Eric Kyles, Mrs. Dana Kelly. 

IMMANUEL : Mrs. Kathy deRoeck, Mrs. Lucy Herndon, Mrs. Betty Long, Mike 
McKeown, Mr. 5 Mrs. R. J. Pool, Mr. & Mrs. B. E. Suggs, Mrs. Loretta Waller 
Mrs. Margarette Ward. 

LAKEWOOD : Fred Crabtree, Inez Crabtree, Francis Howard, Tom Phipps, Oma 
Lee Smith, Becky Weaver, Lucille Ward. 
LOWE'S GROVE : 

LYSTRA : Tom Bland, Mrs. Ruby Hutchins, Mrs. John A. Oldham, Mrs. Bunn 
Riggsbee, Rev. Robert Tyson. 

.MOUNT CARMEL : Mrs. Thomas Blackwood, Miss Brenda Moore, S. T. Ncell, Ralph 
Blackwood, Mrs. Eben Merritt. 



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MOUNT GILEAD : Mrs. Keithen Tucker, Mrs. Buddy Bynam, Woody Briggs, Mrs. 
Woody Briggs, Nat Heam, Mrs. Homer Maynor. 

MOUNT HERMQN : Mae Couch, Aubrey Quakenbush, Marvin Couch, Mamie Walsh, 
Mildred Sprouse, Gladys Smith, Francis Dorrity, Bill Dorrity. 
MOUNT MORI AH : Robert Gooch, Betty Gooch , Myrtle Wilkins, James Wilkins, 
Ethel Crabtree, W. B. Waller. 

MOUNT PISGAH : Thomas Cash, Clyde Farrell, Elba Blankenship, Mary Jenkins, 
Lucille Horton. 
NEW HOPE : 

OLIVE BRANCH : Mr. 5 Mrs. George Ray, Mrs. I la Currin, Mrs. Cleo Martin, 
Mrs. Harold L. Rumfelt. 

PAGE ROAD : 0. C. Mitchell, Jr., Gene Stinnett, Mrs. Carolyn Bergquist, 
A. D. Frazier. 

PARK VIEW : Mr. S Mrs. Raymond Lester, Mr. & Mrs. Hubert McDonald. 
PARKWOOD : 

PLAINVIEW : Alice Williford, Edna Goss, Lois, Jenks, Doyle Griffin. 
RED MOUNTAIN : Mrs. Barbara Hall, Mrs. Cora Hall, Mrs. Lois Gates, Mose 
Long, Mrs. Mabel Long, Mrs. Garnet Ellis, William Crabtree, Mrs. Nancy 
Crabtree, A. M. Hall, Thomas Ellis, Mrs. Shirley Ellis, Phillip Ellis. 
RIDGECREST : Wayne Alford, Alfred Deeton, Thad Grimshaw, Dick Vulgamore, 
Ode 11 Mann, Mrs. Susan Cronin, Mrs. Virginia Smith, Ben Brown, J. B. Cash. 
ROSE OF SHARON : Mr. & Mrs. Boyd Browning, Jesse Evans, Pete Overton, Mrs. 
Leslie Jarrell, William Garrard, Mrs. Carl Griffin. 

TEMPLE : Mrs. B. E. Dickey, Barney West, Jr., Mrs. Barney West, Jr., Mrs. 
Larry Bumgardner, Truett Blackwood, Mrs. Philip Ward, Henry Jessup, Mrs. 
Henry Jessup, Mrs. Bryan Dixon. 

TRINITY : Artelia Wood, Minnie Hilliard, James Harris, Arlene Harris, 

Charled Owens, Richard Stal lings. 

UNIVERSITY : Mrs. Helena Kyle, Virginia Fogleman. 

WATTS STREET : Chris Hamlet, Mr. § Mrs. John McDevitt, Mr. & Mrs. Floyd 
Fletcher, Billy Griffin, Fred Herndon, Mr. & Mrs . P. B. Cole. 
WESTWOOD : Mr. £ Mrs. J. Linwood Tew, Mrs. 0. D. King, Mrs. R. L. Garrard, 
Mrs. Caromae Crawford, Mrs. W. J. Peters. 

YATES : A. B. Stone, Selma Stone, Ollie Yeargan, Lenore Yeargan, Hallie 
McGhee, B. D. Wheeler, Mary Ann Metcalf, Earl Earp, Louis Earp. 



18 



CONSTITUTION 



Revised 1981 
Article I. NAME 

This body shall be known as the Yates Baptist Association of North 
Carolina. 

Article II. PURPOSE 

The purpose of this Association shall be to provide a convenient and 
orderly means for the extension of the ministry of the cooperating Baptist 
Churches in Durham County and adjacent territories which support the pro- 
grams of the Baptist State Convention and the Southern Baptist Convention. 

Article III. ARTICLES OF FAITH 

The confession of faith of this Association shall be the "Baptist 
Faith and Message" with its five-point statement of the historic Baptist 
conception of the nature and function of confessions of faith in our re- 
ligious and denominational life as adopted by the Southern Baptist Conven- 
tion in 1963 at Kansas City. 

(F^ue-Po-uvt StoXosnoM. i^Korn "Tkz BaptUt faith and MeAtagz") 

(1) That they constitute a concensus of opinion of some Baptist body, 
large or small, for the general instruction and guidance of our own people 
and others concerning those articles of the Christian faith which are most 
surely held among us. They are not intended to add anything to the simple 
conditions of the salvation revealed in the New Testament, viz., repentance 
towards God and faith in Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord. 

(2) That we do not regard them as complete statements of our faith, 
having any quality of finality of infallibility. As in the past so in the 
future Baptists should hold themselves free to revise their statements of 
faith as may seem to them wise and expedient at any time. 

(3) That any group of Baptists, large or small, have the inherent 
right to draw up for themselves and publish to the world a confession of 
their faith whenever they may think it advisable to do so. 

(4) That the sole authority for faith and practice among Baptists is 
the Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments. Confessions are only guides 
in interpretation, having no authority over the conscience. 

(5) That they are statements of religious convictions, drawn from the 
Scriptures, and are not to be used to hamper freedom of thought or investi- 
gation in other realms of life. 

Article IV. MEMBERSHIP 

Section /. This Association in session shall be composed of duly 
elected messengers from cooperating Baptist churches in Durham County and 
adjacent territories and the regular elected officers of the Association 
and members of the Assoc iational Board which are in agreement with the pur- 
pose as stated in Article II, When not in session this Association shall be 
comprised of its member churches which shall elect members to the Associa- 
tional Board in accordance to Article X. 

Szctcon 2. Each church shall be represented at the annual meeting of 
the Association and at any special meeting during the year by messengers 
who shall be duly certified in the following ratio: 



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(1) Three for the first hundred members or fraction thereof, and one 
for each additional hundred or fraction thereof, provided that the total 
number of messengers shall not exceed ten. 

(2) All pastors of churches of the Association shall be recognized as 
messengers, in addition to those specified above. 

SzcXion 3. Only individuals who are baptized (immersed) believers and 
members of churches of this Association shall be seated as voting messen- 
gers at any Associational meeting. 

SzcXion 4. Churches seeking to seat messengers in the Association 
shall apply to the Missions Committee prior to the annual meeting of the 
Association, giving evidence of their faith and order and their agreement 
to be received under watchcare of the Association. Upon recommendation of 
the committee and the approval of the Association by a two-thirds majority 
of the members present and voting., the church or churches shall be receiv- 
ed under the watchcare of the Association for a period of one year. It is 
understood that during the period of watchcare of the Association such 
churches will be accorded all the services of the Association and all its 
privileges with the exception of the right to seat voting messengers and to 
voting representation on the Associational Board. At the end of the year 
of watchcare, the church or churches may, by a two-thirds vote of the 
Association, be received into full fellowship of the Association or con- 
tinue under watchcare or have the request for fellowship rejected. Upon 
admission to full fellowship, the church or churches shall be authorized to 
seat duly elected messengers with voting privileges and voting members on 
the Associational Board. 

SecXum 5. The Association shall have the power, upon giving notice 
of nine months and by two-thirds majority vote of messengers present and 
voting, to withdraw fellowship from any church that shall willfully depart 
from orthodox principles of the Christian religion as taught in the Bible 
and as believed by Baptists or that fails to represent itself either by 
messenger of letter at the annual session of the Association without suf- 
ficient reason, or that fails to support causes fostered by the denomina- 
tion at large and of this Association in particular, or that ceases to be 
missionary in practice. 

Section 6. Any church may decline to send messengers to the Associa- 
tion at its pleasure. Whenever this constitutes a withdrawal of fellowship 
on the part of the church, the Association shall not as a body, or through 
a representative or representatives, seek to restrain by coercion or law 
the withdrawal action of the church. 

Article V. POWERS AND PREROGATIVES 

The Association, when convened in meeting, shall sit as advisory 
council, and shall have no power to infringe on any of the internal rights 
of the churches; it may advise with cooperating churches and recommend 
measures of usefulness for their adoption, and may claim for itself, its 
objects, and its recommendations the highest consideration. 

Article VI. ANNUAL REPORTS OF THE CHURCHES 

Each cooperating church shall send annually to the Association a re- 
port on the Associational Letter which is provided. Only persons who have 
been baptized by immersion may be reported as members on these reports. 
Said report should reach the associational Clerk at least 10 days prior to 
the annual meeting. # 



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Article VII. MEETINGS 



Section J. The Association shall convene annually during the week 
after the fourth Sunday in October, and may meet with different churches on 
the two successive days. ». 

Section 2. The time of the annual meeting may be changed, or special 
meetings called, by the Associational Board upon two weeks notice to the 
cooperating churches. 

Article VIII. FISCAL YEAR 

The fiscal year of the Association shall begin on January first and 
end on December thirty-first of each year. 

Article IX. OFFICERS AND THEIR DUTIES 

Section 7. The officers of the Association shall be a Moderator, Vice 
Moderator, Clerk, Treasurer, Parliamentarian, and such others as may be 
authorized by the Association, 

Section 2. All officers shall be members of a church affiliated with 
the Association. 

Section 3. Only persons who have been baptized by immersion shall 
hold any position within the Associational organization. 

Section 4. The officers shall be elected at the annual meeting of the 
Association, and these shall assume their duties at the close of the annual 
meeting during which they are elected and continue until their successors 
are elected and installed, unless removed for cause. Any officer may be 
elected to succeed himself, except that the Moderator may not serve more 
than two years in succession. 

Section 5. The Moderator shall preside over the annual meeting of the 
Association and begin each session punctually. He shall appoint such com- 
mittees as may be authorized by the Constitution, or the Association, en- 
force the rules, preserve order, and exercise all prerogatives of a presid- 
ing officer according to parliamentary usage, and serve as chairman of the 
Associational Board, and ex-officio member of all standing committees. 

Section 6. The Vice Moderator shall discharge the duties of the Mod- 
erator in his absence. 

Section 7. The Clerk shall keep a record of the proceedings of the 
Association, superintend the printing and distribution of the Minutes, keep 
on file the printed Minutes and other important papers of the Association. 
He shall act as secretary of the Associational Board. The Clerk shall be 
entitled to compensation which shall be fixed by the Association. He shall 
obtain and edit the histories of two churches each year to be included in 
the Minutes, and shall maintain an up-to-date history of the Association. 

Section S. The Treasurer shall receive all monies contributed to the 
Association, and shall make disbursements as authorized by the Association 
and/or the Associational Board and shall make regular reports to the 
Associational Board and an annual report to the Association. 

Section 9. The Parliamentarian shall advise the Moderator on matters 
of rules of order and procedure at the annual sessions and Associational 
Board meetings. 

Section 70. There shall be three trustees, one elected each year for a 
three-year term, who shall be the representatives of the Association in le- 
gal matters, and shall perform such other duties as the Association or the 
Associational Board may prescribe. 

Article X. ASSOCIATIONAL BOARD 

Section ]. The Associational Baord shall consist of the general of- 



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fixers, the leaders of the Sunday School, Church Training, Woman's Mission- 
ary Union, Brotherhood, Music Council,, the Associational Church Media Or- 
ganization, the Chairmen of the Standing Committees, the Director of 
Missions, each active pastor and two lay members elected from each member 
church. The names of the lay members shall be duly certified by notifying 
the Associational Clerk. 

S&ction 2. The Associational Board shall act for the Association in 
the interim between the annual sessions. It shall carry out the policies 
and will of the Association as so expressed. It shall meet as often as it 
may elect for the effectual performance of its duties. It shall have power 
to fill vacancies among the officers, committees, and organizational work- 
ers of the Association and committees of the Associational Board that may 
occur during the year. It shall make a full and complete report of its 
work at each annual meeting of the Association. 

Szction 3. The Associational Board shall have an Executive Committee 
composed of the officers, Directors of Brotherhood, Sunday School, Church 
Training, Woman's Missionary Union, Music Council, and The Associational 
Church Media Organization, the chairmen of the Calendar, Camp, Community 
Ministries, Evangelism, Finance, and Missions Committees, two pastors el- 
ected at large, and the Director of Missions. 

This committee shall meet periodically between sessions of the 
Associational Board, work to correlate the activities and emphases of the 
various groups, interpret policy as needed by the Director of Missions, and 
strive for a smooth operation of the Associational Program. 

This committee shall employ, with the approval of the Board of the 
Association, a Director of Missions and shall exercise general supervision 
of his work. The committee shall perform such other duties and servies as 
the Board or Association may direct. 

Article XI. FINANCIAL COMMITMENT 

No financial commitment may be undertaken or assumed in the name of or 
on the part of the Association except by a two-thirds vote of members of 
the Association except by a two-thirds vote of members of the Association 
or Associational Board (by whichever body it is being voted on) present and 
voting. 

Article XII. REVISION 

This Constitution may be revised at any Annual Session of the Associa- 
tion upon affirmative vote of two-thirds of the members present and voting, 
provided the proposed revisions shall have been presented in writing to the 
Associational Board prior to the annual meeting, then presented to the 
Association on the first day of the annual meeting with the approval vote 
being taken on the second day. 

BY-LAWS 

Article I. COMMITTEES AND THEIR DUTIES 

The Association shall have the standing committees listed below, along 
with any other committees authorized by the Association or the Associa- 
tional Board. These committees shall begin their duties at the close of 
the Annual Meeting, and shall make reports of the work to the Associational 
Board and/or to the Association. Members of the committees shall be se- 
lected from the membership of those churches cooperating with the Associa- 
tion . 

Members of standing committees shall serve a term of three year. To 



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institute a system of rotation and provide for a continuing committee,, at 
the 1976 session, one member of each three-member committee shall be elect- 
ed for one year, one member for two years, one member for three years, and 
thereafter each committee member shall be elected to serve for three years. 
In the case of five-member committees, at the 1976 session, one member 
shall be elected for one year, two members for two years, two members for 
three years, and thereafter each member shall be elected to serve for three 
years. In the case of seven-member committees, at the 1976 session, one 
member shall be elected for one year, three members for two years, three 
members for three years, and thereafter each member shall be elected to 
serve for three years. In the case of nine-member committees, at the 1976 
session, three members shall be elected for one year, three members for two 
years, three members for two years, three members for three years, and 
thereafter each member shall be elected to serve for three years. 

The Moderator and the Director of Missions shall be ex-officio members 
of all standing committees. 

Section J. THE ANNUAL MEETING COMMITTEE shall be composed of three 
members whose duty it shall be to arrange the program for the annual meet- 
ing of the Association. 

Section 2. THE CALENDAR COMMITTEE shall be composed of three members 
with the Sunday School Director, the Church Training Director, the Brother- 
hood Director, the Woman's Missionary Union Director, the Music Council 
Director, and the President of the Ministers' Conference, serving as advi- 
sory members. It shall be the duty of this committee to plan and recommend 
to the annual session of the Association a program of activities for the 
coming year. 

Section 3. THE CAMP COMMITrEE shall be composed of seven members 
whose duty it shall be to direct the development and use of the property 
with the advice and consent of the Associational Board. 

Section 4. THE CHRISTIAN LIFE COMMITTEE shall be composed of five 
members whose duty it shall be to propose ways in which the Association, 
its cooperating churches and individual Christians may work for the promo- 
tion of civic righteousness and social uplift, and to provide educational 
opportunities for keeping our people informed in these areas. 

Section 5. THE COMMUNITY MINISTRIES COMMITTEE shall be composed of 
nine members, including representatives of the Associational Baptist 
Women's and, Baptist Men's organizations, whose duty it shall be to identi- 
fy needs in the Association such as non-readers, alcoholics, drug abusers, 
youth in trouble, unwed mothers, the physically handicapped, the poverty 
stricken, prisoners and probationers., emotionally disturbed, and senior 
citizens, to encourage churches to provide ministries to meet the needs of 
the total person; to enlist and offer training for those with interest in 
these areas; and lead the churches cooperatively to specific areas when 
wise and possible. 

Section 6. THE CONSTITUTION COMMITTEE shall be composed of three mem- 
bers whose duty it shall be to study and recommend changes in the Constitu- 
tion and bring reports as necessary to the Association. 

Section 7. THE DEACONS' COMMITTEE shall be composed of five members 
whose duty it shall be to plan and carry out meetings and activities for 
the information and inspiration of deacons. 

Section %. THE EVANGELISM COMMITTEE shall be composed of five members 
whose duty it shall be to encourage continuing evangelism in the churches, 
including the enlistment and training of laymen in witnessing, to initiate 
and carry out association evangelism efforts, to cooperate with area cru- 
sades when feasible, and to utilize the full resources of the Association 
by coordinating its efforts with other association committees and organiza- 
tions in their evangelistic outreach knowing that Christ saves the whole 
man to a whole life of discipleship . 

Sectcon 9. THE FINANCE COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven members 



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one of whom shall be the Treasurer. The other six members of the commit- 
tee shall be elected for a term of three years with two members each year 
on a rotating basis. 

This committee shall present a tentative budget at the Annual Meeting, 
representing a definite budget at the February Board meeting and devise 
plans for raising the budget. It shall also review applications from 
churches for State Missions funds for presentation to the Associational 
Board. 

Station 10. THE FUTURE DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE shall be composed of five 
members whose duty it shall be to study the associational program, as to 
its strengths and weaknesses, its priorities and effectiveness, its organi- 
zational structure and in the light of its purpose to make recommendations 
as feasible for the improvements and strengthening of said program. 

Szction 11. THE INSTITUTION COMMITTEE shall be composed of five mem- 
bers whose duty it shall be to assist and encourage the churches in keeping 
their people informed, and adequately supporting financially our North 
Carolina Baptist Homes for the Aging, Children's Homes, Hospital, and 
Colleges. 

Station 11. THE INTER-FAITH WITNESS COMMITTEE shall be composed of 
five members whose duty it shall be to assist the churches in becoming bet- 
ter informed as to the beliefs, attitudes, customs of the sects and 
Catholicism and the world non-Christian religions, especially Judaism, and 
to foster a better relationship with adherents of these groups. 

SzctLon 13. THE MISSIONS COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven members, 
whose duty it shall be to obtain information which can be utilized by the 
churches and the Association, to ascertain the need of new churches and 
missions within the boundaries of the Association, to recommend to the 
Association or the Associational Board the location of sites and purchasing 
of lots for such churches or missions, and to assist the organization of 
such churches as might be authorized and to review for the Finance Commit- 
tee applications from churches for State Mission funds. It shall be the 
duty of this committee to study the applications of churches seeking admis- 
sion into the Association and to make recommendations regarding the same. 

Station 14. THE NOMINATIONS COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven mem- 
bers, whose duty it shall be to present nominations to the Association for 
all general officers and committeemen (except the Director of Missions as 
heretofore provided) . 

This committee shall also be responsible for forwarding to the Board 
for approval and to the Association for election, the officers of Brother- 
hood, Sunday School, Woman's Missionary Union, Church Training, Music 
Council, and Library organizations (TACMO) . This committee will receive 
from the six organizational committees and present for approval at the 
February Board meeting the names of nominees for leadership. 

Following the same procedure, the remaining officers of the six organ- 
izations shall be presented for approval to the May Board meeting. The 
names of all general organizational officers shall be presented to the 
Association for election. 

It shall also present nominations to the Associational Board to fill 
any vacancy in the offices for which it nominates to the Association. 

Szction 15. THE ORDINATIONS COMMITTEE shall be composed of five members 
who shall act in an advisory capacity for churches or for ministerial stu- 
dents seeking counsel concerning ordination. The committee shall assist in 
the examination of candidates for the ministry only after their call to some 
specific position in Christian service, and shall refrain from announcing 
the date for ordination until after approval of the candidate. 

SzcJUuon 16. THE PLACE AND PREACHER COMMITTEE shall be composed of three 
members, whose duty it shall be to receive or solicit invitations for the 
place of meeting of the annual session for the following year, and to rec- 



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ommend to the Association in annual session, a place or places of meetings 
along with a preacher and alternate for the sermon, for the following year. 

Section 1 7. THE RADIO AND TELEVISION COMMITTEE shall be composed of 
three members, whose duty it shall be to work with local stations in the 
securing of time, to promote programs of religious and denominational in- 
terest, and to encourage the churches to use the media of radio and tele- 
vision . 

Section U. THE RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE shall be composed of three mem- 
bers, whose duty it shall be to study all resolutions referred to it by the 
Association or the Associational Board, and report suitable resolutions at 
the Annual Meeting. 

Section J 9. THE STEWARDSHIP COMMITTEE shall be composed of three mem- 
bers, whose duty it shall be to encourage and stimulate when possible the 
offerings from the individual churches to State, Home, Foreign Missions as 
well as the Cooperative Program, to urge the churches to undergird their 
church staff members through the Annuity Board retirement plans, to promote 
tithing by individual church members, and to encourage the members of the 
churches to be Christian stewards of their possessions after death through 
wills and bequests to denominational objects. 

Section 20. THE STUDENT WORK COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven mem- 
bers, with the chaplains of educational institutions in the Association 
area acting in an advisory capacity, whose duty is shall be to cooperate 
with and promote the work of the Baptist Student Program in the several in- 
stitutions within the area of the Association and to encourage the ministry 
of the churches to students. 

Section 21. THE YOUTH ADVISORY COMMITTEE shall be composed of at least 
five members, normally church youth directors, whose duty it shall be to 
provide or sponsor periodic events or emphases for and/or with the youth of 
our churches. 

Section 22. THE AUDIT COMMITTEE shall be composed of three members who 
shall be responsible for the auditing of the Treasurer's records and the 
presentation of an annual audit report to the Association. The Audit Com- 
mittee need not perform the audit themselves but may arrange for the audit 
by professionally trained accountants. The members of the committee shall 
be elected each year on a rotating basis. 

Article II. RULES OF ORDER 

The following rules shall govern deliberations in the meetings of the 
Association and Associational Board. 

(1) The official transaction of business in all regular meetings of 
the Association and Associational Board shall be by the affirmative major- 
ity vote of members present and voting, except in matters relating to the 
Constitution, or withdrawing fellowship from any cooperating church, and 
of seating messengers from those churches desiring to cooperate with the 
Association. In called meetings of the Association and the Associational 
Board, a number representing a majority of the cooperating churches shall 
be necessary to constitute a quorum. 

(2) A messenger wishing to speak shall rise and address the presiding 
officer. He shall confine himself strictly under the consideration and 
shall avoid all personalities. No messenger shall speak more than twice on 
the same subject without special permission. 

(3) All motions seconded shall be definitely stated by the presiding 
officer, or at his request, read by the clerk before vote is taken. 

(4) The order of business of the Annual Meeting shall be recommended 
by the Annual Meeting Committee as soon as possible during the first ses- 
sion. When adopted this report shall become the program and cannot be 
changed except by vote of the Association. 

(5J All questions of orders shall be decided on the basis of the most 



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recent edition of Robert's "Rules of Order." 

Article III. ADVISORY TO THE BOARD 

The members of the State General Board from this Assocition and the 
Baptist Student Union chaplains of the educational institutions within the 
area of the Association shall be invited to sit with the Board in an advi- 
sory capacity. 

Article IV. AMENDMENTS 

These By-Laws may be amended by a majority of those present and voting 
at any Annual Meeting of the Association. 



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PROCEEDINGS 
OF 

YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

31st Annual Session 
October 26, 27, 1981 

First Day's Session with the 
Mount Carmel Baptist Church 

Second Day's Sessions with the 
Temple Baptist Church 
and 

Immanuel Baptist Church 



MONDAY EVENING SESSION 
"Making Disciples" 

Musical call to worship by the Adult Choir of the Carrboro Church, led by 
Mrs. Janet Whitaker, Minister of Music, Carrboro Church. 

The Evening session was called to order by the Moderator, Major Taimadge 
Lassiter . 

The theme for the annual sessions: "Churchmanship"--Making Disciples - 
Maturing Disciples--Ministering Disciples. 

The Annual Committee report was given by Rev. James West, pastor, Calvary 
Church, lie expressed appreciation to those of the committee. He moved 
for adoption of the report; seconded by Fred Herndon, Watts Street Church. 
Report was adopted. 

PROGRAM 

MONDAY NIGHT, OCTOBER 26, 1981 
Mount Carmel Baptist Church 

"Making Disciples" 

6:45 Musical Call to Worship Adult Choir, Carrboro Church 

Mrs. Janet Whitaker, Minister of Music 

6:55 Call to Order Taimadge Lassiter, Moderator 

Rose of Sharon Church 

Annual Meeting Committee Report Rev. James West 

Pastor, Calvary Church 

Greetings 5 Prayer Rev. Larry Wilson 

Pastor, Mount Carmel Church 

7:10 Recognition of New Pastors § Staff Persons 

Dr. D. Wade Armstrong, Director of Missions 
Yates Baptist Association 

7:15 VIDEO Tape Presentation of the 1981 Annual Report to Associations 

from the Baptist State Convention - Part I - Southern Baptist 
Convention Agencies 

7:30 Hymn 415 "Stand up, Stand Up Foa. Je^ai" 

7:30 Registration 



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7:40 Plan for New Church 

7:55 Missions Committee Recommendations 

8:05 Constitution Committee 



Rev. Tom Jordan 
Pastor, Red Mountain Church 

Rev. Clay Warf 
Pastor, Temple Church 

Rev. Russell Wimmer 
Pastor, Immanuel Church 



8:10 Miscellaneous Business 
8:20 Hymn 216 

Scripture: Matthew 2S:/9, 20; MaAk 7:16-20 

Prayer 

8:30 Introduction of Speaker 

Music Message 
8:40 Annual Sermon: "Mailing ViACJ.pleA' 

Choral Benediction 



"I Am Ruolvzd" 

Dr. David Moore 
Pastor, Parkwood Church 



Pastor , 



Rev. Ernest Holt 
Guess Road Church 



Sanctuary Choir, Yates Church 
Larry Dickens, Minister of Music 

Dr. C. Ronald Cumbie 
Pastor, Yates Church 

Sanctuary Choir, Yates Church 



AlAocAXuLLoiial Htc64-cow4 1982 Via Vid&a Tape. 
(See and hear our own Yates leaders tell 
about twenty-seven ministries and services.) 

Organist Mrs. Donna Cooke 

Organist, Carrboro Church 

Pianist Mrs. Gay Trotter 

Organist, Yates Church 



TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 27, 
Temple Baptist Church 

"Maturing Disciples" 



1981 



8:50 Hymn 437 
9:05 Call to Order 

Greetings 



Registration 
Prayer 

15 Associational Reports 
Sunday School 



Church Training 



W.M.U. 



Brotherhood 



Calendar 



"OuA But" 

Rev. Gerald Goodwin, Vice -Moderator 
Pastor, Durham Memorial Church 

Rev. Clay Warf 
Pastor, Temple Church 



Dr. David Moore 
Pastor, Parkwood Church 

Miss Nannie Mae Hemdon 
Lowe 1 s Grove Church 

Mrs. Dorothy Hicks 
Trinity Church 

J. Edwin Couch 
Cedar Fork Church 

Mrs. J. Edwin Couch 
Cedar Fork Church 



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Nominations Rev. Norman Gossett 

Hope Valley Church 

Place 5 Preacher Rev. Everette Smith 

Pastor, Lakewood Church 

Finance Dr. Frank Zedick 

Pastor, Grace Church 

9:50 Miscellaneous Business 

10:05 Hymn 181 "WondeA&ul UofuU Lc£e" 

10:10 Director of Missions Report Dr. D. Wade Armstrong 

10:25 Study Report on Feasibility of a Baptist Retirement Community 

Fred Herndon 
Watts Street Church 

10:35 Recognition of Baptist State Convention Agency Representatives 

John Woodard, Director 
Baptist Historical Collection 

10:50 VIDEO Tape Presentation of the 1980 Annual Report to the Associa- 
tions from the Baptist State Convention - Part II - 
Institutions - Colleges 

11:10 Hymn 331 "Spzak to My HQjaJut" 

11:15 Introduction of Speaker Rev. James West 

Pastor, Calvary Church 

11:20 Message: "Matu^Ung ViAcipleA" 

Dr. Olin T. Binkley, Retired President 
Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary 

11:50 Benediction 5 Thanksgiving for Food 
Lunch 

Music Leader Rev. J. Harold Craig 

Associate Minister, Temple Church 

Organist Mrs. Daryl Poe 

Organist, Temple Church 

TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 27, 1981 
Immanuel Baptist Church 

"Ministering Disciples" 

6:45 Musical Call to Worship Michael Hester 

Ephesus Church 

Greetings Rev. Russell Wimmer 

Pastor, Immanuel Church 

Prayer 

7:00 Call to Order Talmadge Lassiter, Moderator 

Rose of Sharon Church 

Resolutions Committee Mrs. A. Clyde Ferrell 

First Church 

Registration 

7:10 Constitution Committee Rev. Russell Wimmer 

7:20 Miscellaneous Business 



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7:30 Associational Awards 
Lay Leader 
Sunday School 
Evangelism 
Stewardship 

7:40 1982 Here's Hope Emphasis Rev. Mac Bare 

Pastor^ Westwood Church 

Rev. Robert D. Weatherly 
Pastor, Mt. Moriah Church 

7:50 Hymn 463 "FonwaAd Through, tke. Age*" 

7:55 VIDEO Tape Presentation of the 1981 Annual Report to the Associa- 
tions from the Baptist State Convention - Part III - General 
Board Report 

8:10 Hymn 445 "Ztie. Up Men oi God" 

Introduction of Speaker Rev. Julian Motley 

Pastor, Gorman Church 

Music Message Chris Threadgill 

Grey Stone Church 

Message: "Uiyii&teAXng V-i&cUjpleA" Rev. Donald H. Bowen, Pastor 

Alexandria, Virginia 

9:00 Benediction 

AMociojtlonal Ha>6ionA 1982 Via. Vidto Tapz 
(See and hear our own Yates leaders tell 
about twenty-seven ministries and services.) 

Music Leader Rev. Mike MeKeown 

Associate Minister, Immanuel Church 

Pianist Rev. Mike Threadgill 

Minister of Music, Grey Stone Church 

Organist Michael Hester 

Organist, Ephesus Church 



Rev. Larry Wilson, pastor of the host church, brought greetings and led in 
prayer. 

The Moderator recognized Dr. Wade Armstrong, Director of Missions. Dr. 
Armstrong recognized new pastors and staff personnel. Cresset, Jerry 
Collins; Carrboro, Dr. Jesse J. Croom; Gorman, Wayne Schlink; Mt. Pisgah, 
Joe Zimmerman; Bethesda, Joe Wiggins, Minister of Education; Yates Church, 
Gay Trotter j Dewey Kerr, Holloway Street. 

Rev. Ray Alderson, Director of Music, Calvary Church, presented a video 
tape of the 1981 annual report to associations from the Baptist State Con- 
vention, Part I. It presented the Southern Baptist Convention agencies 
and the amount received from the associations. It stressed that foreign 
missions was depending on volume contributions to share the word of Christ 
in all languages in our communities--the blind, the deaf, families in dis- 
tress. We have a message to give and a mission to perform, and God calls 
us to do it His way. Southern Baptists had 368,000 baptisms in 1981. Dr. 
Randall Lolley, president of Southeastern Seninary, spoke on the Southern 
Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky, and Southeastern at Wake Forest, N. C. 



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The hymn, "Stand Up, Stand Up for Jesus" sung by the congregation led by 
Mrs. Janet Whitaker., Minister of Music, Carrboro Church. 

Rev. Tom Jordan, pastor, Red Mountain Church, and Chaplain of the Depart- 
ment of Public Safety. He presented the "New Church Plan" from the com- 
mittee on new work as directed by the Associational Board on February 19, 
1980. A copy of the report was sent to each church for the messengers 
prior to the annual sessions, (Copy is attached to minutes at Yates 
Office) . After a thorough discussion of the plan, he moved for the adop- 
tion of the report; seconded by Wilson Sprouse, Homestead Heights Church. 
A discussion followed as to agreement with the constitution. Chris 
Hamlet, Watts Street Church, made a substitute motion that the proposal be 
referred to the Constitution Committee work with the New Church Plan Com- 
mittee. Seconded by Fred Williams., pastor, Cedar Fork Church. Motion 
passed. 

The Missions Committee report was given by Rev. Clay Warf., pastor, Temple 
Church, chairman of the committee. 'Through the work of a summer mission 
worker, Rev. Ron Benson, a staff member of the Durham Memorial Baptist 
Church, we have sought to determine the need and the feasibility of start- 
ing new work in the Bahama and Leesville Road areas...." The Missions 
Committee recommended that new churches in the above-named areas be 
started, and that the other churches assist these churches initially 
through the 5-1-5 plan--five churches sponsoring one new church for five 
years. He moved the adoption of the recommendation; seconded by Dr. James 
Murphy, Hope Valley Church. Adoption passed. 

Rev. Warf presented a Second recommendation from the Missions Committee. 
He stated that our constitution provides that any church seeking membership 
must apply to the Missions Committee. The committee had received two ap- 
plications for membership: The West Durham Baptist, located at Nixon and 
Athens Streets, and the Good Samaritan Baptist Church, located at Hardee 
Street and Cheek Road. Two black churches pastored by Dr. Harold J. Cobb, 
Sr., and Rev. Harold J. Cobb, Jr. The West Durham Church is already a 
Southern Baptist church. The Good Samaritan Church is a new church. He 
moved the adoption of the recommendation; seconded by Jerry Harper, Mount 
Hermon Church. Adoption was accepted. 

Russell Wimmer, pastor, Immanuel Church, chairman of the Constitution Com- 
mittee, referred the congregation to pages 32 and 33 of the "Book of 
Reports," for the listing of the five (5) changes recommended by the com- 
mittee. Questions were answered and recommendation of the changes in the 
constitution to be voted on tomorrow evening. 

Scripture: Matthew 28:19, 20; Mark 1:16-20 was read by Dr. David Moore, 
pastor, Parkwood Church. Dr. Moore led in prayer. 

Hymn, "I Am Resolved" was sung by the congregation. 

Rev. Ernest Holt, pastor, Guess Road Baptist Church, introduced the speak- 
er, Dr. Ronald Cumbie, pastor of the Yates Baptist Church. 

Music message was rendered by the Sanctuary Choir of the Yates Church, led 
by Larry Dickens, Minister of Music, Yates Church. 

Dr. Cumbie spoke on "Making Disciples." He stated there is so much about, 
preaching that we do not know and volumes he had not read and was aware 
of what he had to give to us and to Him. Three issues face our denomina- 
tion: (1) establishing an effective evangelism; (2) establishing more 



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effective nurturing in the churches, and (3) establish financial underwrit- 
ing of the boldness of our missions. (Tape of Dr. Cumbie's message is 
filed for your reference at the Yates Associational Office.) 

Choral benediction was rendered by the Sanctuary Choir of the Yates Church. 

An Associational Missions 1982 Video Tape was given after the benediction 
for those who had not seen it. 

A fellowship was held in the Fellowship Hall of the church following the 
evening session. 

TUESDAY MORNING SESSION 

Musical call to worship by the congregation singing, "Our Best," led by 
J. Harold Craig, Associate Minister, Temple Church. 

The morning session was called to order by the Vice Moderator, Rev. Gerald 
Goodwin, pastor, Durham Memorial Baptist Church. 

Greetings were extended by the pastor of the host church, Rev. Clay Warf . 
He conducted the registration and led in prayer. 

Associational reports were given. Dr. David Moore, Director of the Sunday 
School, referred to the report, page 21 in "Book of Reports." He moved 
the adoption as printed; seconded by Nannie Mae Herndon, Lowe's Grove 
Church. Adoption accepted. 

Dr. Moore announced that a joint effort of the Raleigh and Yates Associa- 
tions working with our local churches on a metropolitan area enrollment/ 
training clinic is an eight-day effort. On December 14, ministers, minis- 
ters of education and staff will hear Robert Stewart of the State Conven- 
tion for an interpretation of the clinic. 

Nannie Mae Herndon, Director of the Church Training, reported that more 
training needed to train the people to bring in new people by revivals. 
Mrs. Ralph Stanhope, officer for the adults; Fulton Hartzog, Youth Direc- 
tor; Youth Speakers Contest, Fulton Hartzog. Children's Director, Mrs. 
Harold Craig; Preschool, Mrs. Darlene Harrili, Mrs. Elwood Bagwell, and 
Linda Chandler. 

W.M.U. report given by Mrs. Dorothy Hicks, Trinity Church. She referred 
to page 22 of the "Book of Reports." She moved that the report be adopted; 
seconded by Elmo Whi taker. Adoption accepted. 

Brotherhood report given by Fred Williams in absence of Ed Couch, Cedar 
Fork Church. He referred to page 23 of the "Book of Reports." He moved 
the adoption of the printed report; seconded by Bryant Scott, Rose of 
Sharon Church. Report was adopted. 

Mrs. J. Edwin Couch presented the 1981-82 tentative calendar, pages 10-15 
of the "Book of Reports." She moved for the adoption of the tentative 
calendar as printed, seconded by Mrs. Dorothy Hicks, Trinity Church. 
Adoption accepted. 

Rev. Norman Gossett, Hope Valley Church, chairman of the Nominations Com- 
mittee, referred to pages 1-9 of the "Book of Reports." He moved the 
adoption of the report; seconded by Dr. James Murphy, Hope Valley Church. 
Adoption accepted. 



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Frod llerndon, Watts Street Church, presented the study report on "Feasi- 
bility of a Baptist Retirement Community." He remarked that the need 
for care of the elderly was increasing rapidly, and a good part of the 
committee's work toward providing care for these people. The committee 
recognized three programs: Day Care, Family Care Homes, and the Baptist 
Retirement Community. He thoroughly reviewed the eight -page study. 

He recommended that the Association provide a study committee up to 
$2,500 for a further feasibility study; seconded by Larry Harper, Homestead 
Heights Church. Motion passed. Mr. Poole of the N. C. Baptist Homes spoke 
for the day care program. Malbert Smith, Grey Stone Church, called for the 
question. Motion passed. 

Dr. Frank Zedick, pastor, Grace Church, chairman of the Budget Committee, 
referred to pages 16-17 of the "Book of Reports." He moved the adoption 
as printed; seconded by Carl Garner, pastor, Ridgecrest Church. Report was 
approved as amended and printed. 

Everette Smith, pastor, Lakewood Church, chairman of Place and Preacher 
Committee, referred to pages 1 of the "Book of Reports." He moved for the 
adoption of the report; seconded by A. D. Frazier. Adoption accepted. 

Clay Warf, Trinity Church, chairman of the Missions Committee, referred to 
pages 28-29 of the "Book of Reports." Report accepted. 

John Deeds, Clerk, Yates Association, reported on church letters--twenty- 
six church letters were perfect- -accurate and on time. 

Hymn, "Wonderful Words of Life", was sung by the congregation. 

Dr. Wade Armstrong, Director of Missions, referred to pages 39-41 of the 
"Book of Reports." He briefly reviewed the report and then moved for 
adoption of the report; seconded by Ernest Ferrell, Bethesda Church. 
Adoption accepted. 

Recognition was given to the Baptist Convention Agency representatives 
present. George Ray, Olive Branch Church, reported for the N. C. Baptist 
Foundation. He stated that on December 30, 1980, assets were little less 
than five million dollars; $850,000 new gifts for 1981, and about one half 
of the money designated. He stated that the Yates Camp is finished and 
ready for use. 

Lyman Ferrel I, representative of the Life Enrichment Center in Raleigh, re- 
ported and remarked that the Center was associated with the pastoral care. 

Charles Tanner, Baptist Children Home, represented the Home. 

Dr. Ronald Cumbie reported for Campbell University and remarked that 
thirty-five students were now attending Campbell from Durham County. 

Bob Phillips reported for the Youth Campus Ministry and stated that every 
emphasis is on mission budget and $25,000 will be raised to support the 
summer mission program. 

John Woodnrd, Director, Baptist Historical Collection, discussed the col- 
lection which is housed at the Wake Forest University Library. The pre- 
servation began in 1885 and in 1959 a full-time director was appointed. 
Microfilming is available for the churches. 



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Video tape presentation of the 1980 Annual Report to the Association from 
the Baptist State Convention, Part II was on institutions and colleges. 



Hymn, "Speak to My Heart," was sung by the congregation. 

James West, pastor, Calvary Church, introduced the speaker, Dr. Olin 
Binkley, retired president, Southeastern Baptist Seminary. He spoke on 
"Maturing Disciples." He spoke on the people seeking greater knowledge of 
God, and the process of maturing disciples. The Books of the New Testament 
concerned with the vital process toward maturing is in the Letters to the 
Ephesians. He recommended that all read the entire Book of Ephesians. 
(Tape of Dr. Binkley 's message is on file for your reference in the Yates 
Association Office). 

The benediction and thanksgiving for lunch was given by Rev. Clay Warf. 



TUESDAY EVENING SESSION 

Musical call to worship by Michael Hester, Ephesus Church, who sang a solo, 
'That Is What I Will Be Willing To Do," accompanied at the piano by Mike 
Threadgill, Grey Stone Church. 

Greetings were extended by Russell Wimmer, pastor of the host church. He 
led in prayer. 

The meeting was called to order by the Moderator, Major Talmadge Lassiter, 
Rose of Sharon Church. 

Announcement was made of the illness of Bob Winecoff. Prayer for him was 
led by Julian Motley. 

Mrs. A. Clyde Ferrell, chairman of the Resolution Committee, First Church. 
She read the resolution from the committee expressing appreciation to the 
host churches, their pastors, staffs and congregation for the facilities 
and fellowship extended to all those in attendance. 

Registration was conducted. 

Russell Wimmer, pastor of the host church, and chairman of the Constitu- 
tion Committee, brought the recommendations before the congregation. He 
moved the adoption of the first three (3) changes. Adoption seconded by 
Chris Hamlet, Watts Street Church. Adoption accepted. 

He moved the adoption of the constitutional change Section 3, Article X, 
seconded by Ike Breedlove, Yates Church. Adoption accepted. 

He moved the adoption of the revision in Article XII, seconded by Bryant 
Scott, Rose of Sharon Church. Adoption accepted. (See Committee Report.) 

The Associational Awards were given. Everette Smith, Lakewood Church, 
presented the Lay Leader Award to Major Talmadge Lassiter. He had served 
as vice-moderator, with courage, compassion and a great interest in his 
heart in dealing with people; actively engaged in all phases of his 
church. 

Dr. David Moore, Sunday School Director, Parkwood Church, presented the 
Sunday School Award to the Faith Church for the fastest growing Sunday 
School. The pastor, Roger Wall, was present to receive the award. The 



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Sunday School had an increase of 54, a 27% growth. 

Evangelism Award was presented by Bob Weather ly to the church with the 
largest number of baptisms, Ridgecrest Church, Rev. Carl Garner, pastor, 
and to Rev. Keithen Tucker of Mount Gilead Church, best ratio--l for every 
10,3 members. The Ridgecrest Church had 53 baptisms. 

Dr, Frank Zedick, Grace Church, made the Stewardship Award to the Mount 
Hermon Church per capita of $8.18 for resident member to missions of the 
Yates Association. The largest amount to the First Baptist Church of 
$10,376 to missions of the Yates Association. 

Bob Weatherly, Mount Moriah Church, spoke on the 1982 "Here's Hope 
Emphasis," and noted there was a tremendous amount of work to be done for 
the Simultaneous Crusade of April 4-18, holding revivals in our churches 
and proclaiming Christ. He stated that he had gone to Caraway for training 
and was available to help the churches in their use of the Survival Kit for 
adults and new members as they prepare for the crusade. 

Dorothy Hicks, Trinity Church, Associational W.M.U. Director, recognized 
Miss Nannie Mae Herndon of Lowe's Grove whose flag designed was selected 
to represent Yates Baptist Association at the State Convention in Greens- 
boro in November. (The flag was an outline North Carolina in green, with 
the Yates Association in gold and the SBC logo over the triangle. The 
flag was made by Mrs. Warren Elledge and Mrs. Lexie Harrison of Ephesus 
Church.) 

Hymn, "Forward Through the Ages" was sung by the congregation. 

The Moderator announced that Travis Clements, Sr., would be the Vice- 
Moderator of the Association. 

Video tape presentation of the 1981 Annual Report to Associations from the 
Baptist State Convention-Part III--General Board Report, was shown by Ray 
Alderson, Calvary Church. The film reported the following: financial need; 
buildings were repaired, evangelism for the two million lost and unsaved. 

Hymn, "Rise Up Men of God" was sung by the congregation. 

Julian Motley, Gorman Church, introduced Rev. Donald H. Bowen, Pastor, 
Alexandria, Virginia, who spoke of "Ministering Disciples." He stressed 
that the deacon/minister are in the position to minister to the people. 
The three points necessary to get straight first were: the meaning of the 
terms--ministering disciples; interpretation of the task, and the signifi- 
cance of the tasks. We were to realize the task was given by the Son of 
God to witness, and we were to recognize ministering for the child of God, 
was not an option but a necessity; we must realize the opportunities for 
ministering not restricted but unlimited, and the obstacles are not without 
but within. (Tape of Rev. Bowen's message is on file in the Yates Office.) 

Period of testimony was given before the benediction. 

Following the benediction a video tape was shown on Associational Missions 
1982 to hear Yates leaders tell about twenty-seven ministries and services. 

Rev. Mike McKeown, Associate Minister, Immanuel Church, was the music 
leader for the evening, with Rev. Mike Threadgill, Minister of Music, Grey 
Stone Church, as pianist, and organist was Michael Hester, Ephesus Church. 



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REPORT OF THE ASSOC IATIONAL BOARD 



The Associational Board is responsible to "act for the Association in the 
interim between sessions" and to make a full and complete report of its 
work at each annual meeting." In fulfilling its responsibility, the Board 
held four meetings during the interim and took action as follows: 

February 10, 1981 , a Board Meeting was held at First Church. The "State of 
the Association" message was delivered by Dr. Wade Armstrong. He stressed 
the goals reached the past year and those to strive for during the coming 
year. Organizational reports were heard. 

The Constitution Committee recommended that the two pastors appointed by 
the Moderator to serve at large on the Executive Committee remain on the 
Executive Committee in an advisory capacity until formal action is present- 
ed and action taken at the Annual Meeting in October. This was agreed upon 
by general consensus . 

The 1981 Revised Budget was presented by Don Christian, Finance Committee 
Chairman. The budget, essentially the same as presented at the Annual Meet 
ing in October, had the following changes: Sec. I, 116 - Community Minis- 
tries increased to $800; Sec. II, 206 - Camp Caretaker increased to $3,600; 
Sec. II, 210 - Director's Travel increased to $4,000; Sec. Ill, 304 - Sun- 
day School increased to $1,200; Sec. Ill, 310 - Secretaries Conference (new 
item) $300; and Sec. Ill, 403 - Equipment S Repairs increased by $2,000 - 
now making this $4,700 ($2,000 to be used to purchase addressing equipment) 
Discussion followed. Motion made by Don Christian that budget be adopted. 
Seconded. Motion carried. 

Rev. Dennis Ball, a Southeastern Seminary student and an intern under the 
supervision of Dr. Armstrong, was introduced by Rev. Clay Warf, Mission 
Committee Chairman. It was explained that his work would be without charge 
and that the State Convention would provide $2,000 to help with the initial 
work and to help defray Mr. Ball's expenses. 

A motion was made by Rev. Clay Warf that, "We begin steps to investigate 
the possibility of establishing a new work in the Bahama area." Seconded. 
Motion carried. 

May 19, 1981 , a Board Meeting was held at Rose of Sharon Church. 

Fred Hemdon, Chairman of the Baptist Home Feasibility Study Committee, 
gave an update of the committee's work. He made a motion that the Board 
authorize the Moderator to appoint additional persons to the committee. 
Seconded. Motion carried. 

Rev. Gerald Goodwin reported for Rev. Clay Warf, Missions Committee Chair- 
man, that the committee recommended employing a staff person for the summer 
for ten weeks to be funded by the State Baptist Convention and the Home 
Mission Board. The person would work in the area of new work. Rev. Gerald 
Goodwin made a motion to employ a summer staff member. Seconded. Motion 
carried . 

Reports were heard form Mrs. W. A. Godwin, Treasurer, and Rev. Mac Bare, 
for the 1982 "Here's Hope" Crusade. Upon the recommendation of the Nomi- 
nating Committee, the following were elected: Moderator, Rev. Gerald Good- 
win; Clerk, John Deeds; Treasurer, Mrs. Mary Ellen Godwin; and Parliamentar 
ian, Bruce Little. 



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Organizational reports were heard. 

Mike Threadgill succeeded Rev. James Taylor as Director of Music for the 
Association. It was formally made into a motion by Rev. Mac Bare; seconded. 
Motion Carried. 

June 29, 1981 , a Board Meeting was held at Temple Church. Rev. Ron Benson, 
Summer Mission Worker, was introduced. 

Rev. Julian Motley, reporting for Rev. Norman Gossett, Chairman of the Nom- 
inating Committee, presented the name of Travis Clements as Vice Moderator. 
The nominee was accepted. 

The Moderator made the statement that, "We, the Executive Committee, accept 
the statement of Dr. Armstrong as follows: (We want to hear this as a state- 
ment of intent from Dr. Armstrong.)" 

"Evidently my leadership style is not compatible to this area. I am 
beginning to seek another place and ask that you pray that God's will be 
done and every effort will be made to relocate by December 31, 1981." 

October 13, 1981 , a Board Meeting was held at Durham Memorial Church. A 
video tape of the ministries offered by Yates Baptist Association was shown. 

Dr. David Moore presented a proposal of the Yates Association to go with the 
Raleigh Association to have a "Metro Area Sunday School Enrollment/Training 
Clinic, April 16-24, 1983. Dr. Moore made the motion that the Yates Baptist 
Association join with the Raleigh Baptist Association in a "Metro Sunday 
School Enrollment Training Clinic" for the purpose of strengthening our Sun- 
day School, and reaching people for Christ. Seconded. Passed unanimously. 

Mrs. Dot Hicks gave a report for the W.M.U. Rev. Clay Warf reported for the 
Missions Committee. Rev. Norman Gossett, Chairman of the Nominating Com- 
mittee, presented the name of Miss Nannie Mae Herndon for the Church Train- 
ing Director. Unanimously accepted. 

Mr. Fred Herndon, Chairman of the Baptist Home Feasibility Study Committee, 
announced that the committee had prepared a report to be distributed to the 
churches for study before the Annual Meeting. The Executive Committee unan- 
imously endorsed the proposal of the Baptist Retirement Committee provided 
the money for the feasibility study ($2,500) is available. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Talmadge Lassiter, Moderator 



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REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR OF MISSIONS 



The 1980-81 church year has been good. Progress is being made toward our 
10-year "Decade of Destiny" goals. 

BAPTISMS UP 

The baptism goal for the first year of the decade was 500, and our churches 
reported 517. Although at the time of this writing all churches haven't 
reported, it appears that our baptisms for 1981 will surpass 1980. With 
evangelism voted as the number one priority of the '80's, progress is being 
made in this direction. 

MISSION GIVING UP 

In 1980 our churches gave $82,400 to Associational Missions and $774,600 to 
world missions. 

At this writing it appears the figures will be higher. 

Our 1981 Bold Missions Giving Goal included 25 churches giving to missions 
on a pure percentage basis of their budget income and 35 churches is the 
goal for 1982. 

Some additional churches have already reported that they will be giving on 
a pure percentage basis in 1982. 

(One church which has had difficulty giving to missions, has just begun on 
a pure percentage basis and their gifts to associational missions will 
amount to serveral hundreds of dollars in 1982) . 

FELLOWSHIP UP 

Fellowship among the ministers and their wives was reflected during the 
year by the large number who attended the Sweetheart Banquet in February, 
the 95 who attended the "Pig Picking" in September, and the good "joshing" 
pastors give each other at their regular Tuesday morning breakfast. 

To enhance fel lowship among the pastors and wives, my wife and I have had 
most of the couples in our home for dinner, following with a time of good 
fellowship and getting acquainted. Some couples have gotten to know each 
other for the first time. 

PASTOR TURN -OVER 

There were twelve (12) churches who either became pastorless or called a 
pastor during the church year. Four (4) were pastorless at the close of 
the church year. 

Statistics reflect that churches do better when pastors stay longer. 

NEW CHURCHES COMING 
On our goal of thirteen (13) new churches by 1990, six (6) are already in 
sight. One joined in 1980, two are now asking for membership, and three 
more are on the immediate drawing board. 

Two seminary students were used in 1980-81, to survey and study the need 
for new work in the Association. 

Four seminary students are requested from the Home Mission Board for 1981- 
82 church year to continue helping start new works . 



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NEW CHURCH PLAN 



The Associational Board voted in February 1980, to appoint a special com- 
mittee to study and recommend a comprehensive New Church Plan for the Assoc- 
iation. After much study, research, and consultation, the committee is 
making a report at the annual session. The Plan seems to be comprehensive, 
safe, and progressive. 

SUNDAY SCHOOL STRATEGIC 
Bible study enrollment stands near the top in importance in the life of a 
church that makes a real effort to win lost people to Christ. Our Sunday 
School ASSIST Team is ready to help our churches deal effectively with 
their opportunities to enroll people. 

PERSONAL EVANGELISM EMPHASIS 
It has been my privilege to train several pastors in a personal evangelism 
program called, "Evangelism Explosion". One school of seven weeks was 
taught in the fall of 1980. Another school was held in the summer of 1981. 
This program is now being implemented in the churches by the pastors. 

YOUTH PROGRAM PROGRESSING 
Our youth leadership has involved hundreds of young people in youth rallies 
and retreats. Junior and senior high young people can realize they are not 
alone in their desire and efforts to permit Christ to assume first place in 
their lives. 

SIMULTANEOUS REVIVALS 
Twenty-nine (29) churches participated in the Simultaneous Revivals last 
spring and good results were reported. A fellowship-prayer breakfast for 
pastors, evangelists, and singers was held on five mornings. The churches 
participated in sumultaneous advertising by sending 87,000 tabloids to the 
homes through Durham daily papers. 

CAMP PLANNING 

Plans seem to be formulating to activate a committee voted by the Associa- 
tion in February 1980, to make a comprehensive study of camping in Yates 
Association. This committee is responsible to bring a long range projection 
of opportunities, responsibilities and needs. 

LOOKING AHEAD 

The 1982 "Here's Hope" Simultaneous Crusade, April 4-11, is a joint effort 
of all of the North Carolina Baptist Convention and the General (black) 
Baptist Convention. 

A veteran in simultaneous revivals, Dr. Leonard Sanderson, Director of 
Evangelism for the Louisiana Baptist Convention, will be the director of 
Yates crusade. 

A seriousness and enthusiasm with which our churches participate, not only 
in Yates Association but throughout the state, may reflect how seriously we 
take the Great Commission, how much we believe in the lostness of people 
without Christ, the priority we place on evangelism and perhaps how effect- 
ive Southern Baptists' voice for the Saviour will be in future years. 

The 1983 Metro Sunday School Enlargement , April 16-24, in cooperation with 
the Sunday School Board, the North Carolina Convention, and the Raleigh 
Association, will provide a most unusual opportunity for a church to have 
five (5) trained workers sent to them for a week to train and inspire their 
Sunday School Workers. This enrollment-training effort can mark the differ- 
ence between a sluggish church and a growing church. 



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Somewhere I read statistics somewhat as follows: one (1) of three (3) lost 
persons enrolled in Sunday School will be won to Christ in a year's time. 
One of about 300 lost people not enrolled in Sunday School will be won to 
Christ in a year. 

The 1984 World Missions Conference will be an opportunity for all of our 
churches to have live missionary speakers, get a personal touch of world 
missions, magnify the Great Commission, and "Call out the called" to full- 
time Christian service. 

ASSOCIATIONAL LEADERSHIP GOOD 
The officers the organizational heads and the committee chairmen worked 
diligently with their opportunities during the year. 

Special thanks is given to Tal Lassiter who has been Moderator for two 
years. His Christian attitude and actions have been reflected in this 
office and in his work as Public Safety Director of Durham. 

VIDEO REFLECTS YATES MISSIONS 
a "first" was achieved when the Association had its first video tape made. 
It puts together in concise form about twenty-seven (27) ministries and 
services offered by the Association. 

One comprehending and astute layperson remarked after seeing the tape, "I 
did not know the Association did all of these things. This is the first 
time I've seen them all put together." This tape is available for showing 
in the churches . 

(A gift of $2,000 could enable the Association to complete its video tape 
equipment and to make its own video tapes of any ministry or meeting at 
any time.) 

•TO GOD BE THE GLORY" 
Many thanks to many persons who helped to make our ministry more pleasant 
and progressive during the year. To God be the Glory for every victory 
and opportunity. 

Respectfully submitted, 

D. Wade Armstrong, 
Director of Missions 



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REPORT OF THE BROTHERHOOD 



Brotherhood is a men and boys organization whose purpose is to make men 
and boys aware of missions, mission needs, mission opportunities and to en- 
courage active involvement on the church level in various aspects of mis- 
sions . 

This year several men and boys have been active in West Virginia mission 
ventures I know there were at least 25 person involved in West Virginia 
during the summer months and there may have been more. The excitement of 
these mission trips has been tremendous. There have been other men involved 
in mission outreach in the Yates Association fields through the prison min- 
istries, Laubach ministry and refugee family ministries. 

Also your Director was privileged to teach the Association Missions study in 
Grace, Page Road and Cedar Fork churches in the spring. 

The R.A. Boys have been active in missions and sports this year. They have 
had a really great Associational Track meet with a very good turnout of boys 
from various churches in the Association. One of our R.A.'s, Lynn Bates 
from Grey Stone, served on the State Convention R.A. Committee. 

The Crusader Car Competition held in October each year is also a big event 
among R. A. boys. In each of these events, a mission project emphasis is a 
prerequisite to becoming eligible to participate and the boys thoroughly 
enjoy it. 

Young boys need and enjoy the encouragement and leadership provided by men, 
thus R.A.'s become a fantastic opportunity for Baptist Men's units to 
sponsor. 

I hope you will pray with me that more men and boys can be encouraged to 
become mission minded in 1982. 

Respectfully submitted, 
J. Edwin Couch, Director 



REPORT OF THE CAMP COMMITTEE 

The Camp Committee would like to thank the churches for their cooperation 

in the use of the camp. 

We, the committee , would like to impress upon the churches in the associ- 
ation that the camp is for the use of all of the churches and would like to 
see a larger number of the churches take advantage of the camp facilities. 

We, the camp committee, would like to invite constructive criticism in the 
use and operation of the camp. 

During the year the committee has reviewed the camp rules in an effort to 
bring them nearer in line with the wishes of the people and to be able to 
operate a more orderly and efficient camp. 

During the year storm windows and storm doors have been installed and the 
ceiling has been insulated on the caretaker's house. This should make the 
caretaker's house much more comfortable and fuel efficient. 



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During the year the Matthew T. Yates cabin, donated to the camp by the Yates 
heirs, has been completed, is now ready for inspection. It is ready tor 
visitors and ready to be used for a spiritual inspiration. It is hoped that 
the cabin as a memorial to the missionary work will create a more realistic 
view of missions. The barbeque pit at the shelter has been rebuilt and is 
in first class shape for use. The caretaker has . repainted the entrance gate, 
the directional signs, the post and the ballfield goals. 

There are many improvements that need to be made at the camp. The first 
priority should be an effort to purchase more land to replace the land taken 
by the Falls of Neuse project. 

Respectfully submitted, 
George W. Ray, Chairman 



REPORT OF THE CONSTITUTION COMMITTEE 

The Constitution Committee moves the following changes in the Yates Baptist 
Association Constitution: 

(1) Article IX. OFFICERS AND THEIR DUTIES 
Section 1. 

Present Reading: The officers of the Association shall be a 
Moderator, Vice Moderator, Clerk, Treasurer, 
Auditor , Parliamentarian, and such others as 
may be authorized by the Association. 

Recommended Change: The officers of the Association shall be a 
Moderator, Vice Moderator, Clerk, Treasurer, 
Parliamentarian, and such others as may be 
authorized by the Association. 

(2) Article IX. OFFICERS AND THEIR DUTIES 
Section 9. 

Present Reading: The Auditor shall audit the Treasurer's record 

and attest his annual report to the Association. 

Recommended Change: Delete. 

Section 10 will become Section 9. 

Section 11 will become Section 10. 

(3) BY-LAWS 

Recommended Change: Addition of Section 22. 

Section 22. THE AUDIT COMMITTEE shall be composed of three 
members who shall be responsible for the audit- 
ing of the Treasurer's records and the presenta- 
tion of an annual audit report to the Association. 
The Audit Committee need not perform the audit 



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themselves but may arrange for the audit by pro- 
fessionally trained accountants. The members of 
of the committee shall be elected each year on a 
rotating basis . 

(4) CONSTITUTION 

Article X. ASSOCIATIONAL BOARD 

Section 3. (first paragraph) 

Present Reading: The Associationai Board shall have an Executive 
Committee composed of the officers, the leaders 
of Brotherhood, Sunday School, Church Training, 
Woman's Missionary Union, and Music Council, 
the chairmen of the Calendar, Camp, Community 
Ministries, Finance and Missions Committee, and 
the Director of Missions. 

Recommended Change: The Associationai Board shall have an Exec- 
utive committee composed of the officers, 
Directors of Brotherhood, Sunday School, 
Church Training, Woman's Missionary Union, 
Music Council, and The Ass ociationai Church 
Media Organization , the chairmen of the 
Calendar, Camp, Community Ministries, Evan- 
gelism , Finance, and Missions Committees, 
two pastors elected at large , and the 
Director of Missions. 

(5) CONSTITUTION 
Article XII. REVISION 

Present Reading: 

This Constitution may be revised at any Annual Session of the 
Association upon affirmative vote of two-thirds of the members 
present and voting, provided the proposed revisions shall have 
been presented in writing to the Associationai Board prior to 
the Annual Meeting, or presented to the Association on the 
first day of the Annual Meeting with the approval vote being 
taken on the second day. 

Recommended Change: 

This Constitution may be revised at any Annual Session of the 
Association upon affirmative vote of two-thirds of the members 
present and voting, provided the proposed revisions shall have 
been presented in writing to the Associationai Board prior to 
the Annual Meeting, then presented to the Association on the 
first day of the Annual Meeting with the approval vote being 
taken on the second day . 

Respectfully submitted, 
Russell L. Wimmer, Chairman 



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REPORT OF THE EVANGELISM COMMITTEE 



Under the leadership of the Evangelism Committee a Simultaneous Crusade was 
conducted by our association this year. Twenty-nine of the churches in our 
association participated in this joint evangelistic effort during the dates 
of April 26 through May 6, 1981. The theme of this crusade was "Reaching 
Our Community for Christ." Numerous planning meetings were held in pre- 
paration for this event and churches were grouped together for prayer. 
During the course of the crusade, several sharing meetings were held, and 
many churches reported great results from their individual meetings. Many 
lives were changed and there were a considerable number of professions of 
faith and baptisms recorded as a result of this joint effort. 

In 1982 our association will once again participate in a Joint Evangelistic 
Crusade, which is co-sponsored by the Baptist State Convention and the 
General Baptist State Convention. The theme will be "Here's Hope." An 
interpretation meeting was held on April 7, 1981, at Greater St. Paul Bap- 
tist Church to suggest plans and basic thrusts for this Joint Crusade ef- 
fort. The Simultaneous Revival date for the Yates Association is April 
4-11, 1982. Every church in our Association is encouraged to plan a re- 
vival meeting during these suggested dates. Let us pray daily that every 
unsaved person in North Carolina will have the opportunity to hear the 
Gospel by the end of 1982. 

Much planning is underway in our association now to help prepare our 
churches for this Joint Crusade effort. A Prayer Seminar, A People Search, 
and a Lay Evangelism School have been conducted thus far. Much more pre- 
paration and planning will take place before the actual crusade takes place 
in 1982. 

Baptisms were up last year throughout our Baptist State Convention, and 
particularly in the Yates Association. There were 517 baptisms recorded in 
our association in 1980 compared to 397 in 1979. Praise God for this! 
While it is too early to tell about 1981, we all pray that our churches are 
recapturing the desire and commandment of the Lord to "feed my sheep." If 
so, we shall surely continue to see more persons led to receive Christ as 
Lord! 

Respectfully submitted, 
Carl K. Garner, Chairman 



INTERFAITH WITNESS COMMITTEE 

The Interfaith Witness Committee, after contacting the Home Mission Board 
and meeting with Dr. Ernest Upchurch, Church Extension Director of the 
N. C. State Convention from Raleigh, has come to the following conclusion. 
Unable to sponsor any particular project, seminar or special emphasis in 
the past three years, but spending the time re-evaluating the committee and 
its function as suggested by the Nominating Committee, it is the opinion of 
the chairman that this committee should continue to function and make a 
special effort to bring before the Yates Association the many problems and 
needs resulting from the lack of knowledge pertaining to the many and 
varied cults in our society today. Also, the need to understand and live 
with our brothers and sisters in Christ from other denominations and our 
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The need for persons interested in becoming consultants in particular areas 
and helping our Association to become more aware of these needs is impor- 
tant. Dr. Itpchurch and/or our Director of Missions will be happy to talk 
with anyone interested. 

It was a pleasure having the opportunity to have this contact with the 
Home Mission Board and Dr. Upchurch. Also, to serve with the various mem- 
bers of the committee over the last three years. May God bless the new 
committee and its chairman and may they continue to function with the ground- 
work that has been laid. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Shirley B. Robertson, Chairman 



REPORT OF LAUBACH 

The Laubach program has had a very good year. With the showing of the 
film "The Pride of Jesse Hallum" which is a true story of a man who was 
taught to read by the use of the Laubach method, the requests for help in 
learning to read have increased greatly. We have had three workshops 
training tutors with 29 being certified. There will be another workshop 
on September 25 and 26 of this year. We presently have 35 tutors actively 
working with adult nonreaders and 3 teaching English to speakers of other 
languages . 

During the year, the director was certified by the National Association for 
Literacy Advance as a supervising tutor trainer. 

We are in a very unique situation in that we are the only organization in 
the area that is actively engaged in this ministry. The needs are great 
and we solicit your prayers and support during the coming year as we con- 
tinue to further the work of His Kingdom through this ministry. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Mary Whaley, 

Literacy Program Director 



REPORT OF THE MISSIONS COMMITTEE 

The Missions Committee has had a very busy year, with a number of meetings. 
We began our meetings by studying the responsibilities of the Missions Com- 
mittee, as determined through the associational constitution and as sug- 
gested by Southern Baptist Convention guidelines. In keeping with what we 
found through this study, the major portion of our time was spent in three 
areas: (1) Considering the applications of two churches for membership in 
our association; (2) the starting of new work within the boundaries of our 
association; and (3) the development of several new areas of ministry 
through our association. I want to speak to these three things in a little 
more detail. 

Two area black Baptist churches, the West Durham Church and the Good Samar- 
itan Church, have applied for membership in our association. According to 
the constitution, any church applying for membership would first of all be 
required to be reviewed by the Missions Committee and, upon the recommen- 



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mendation and action by the messengers at the annual meeting, to come under 
watchcare for a one-year period. Our committee has met with both the pas- 
tors of these churches and has given careful consideration to these appli- 
cations. We will be making a recommendation at the annual meeting. 

A second important area in which we have worked this year concerns the' 
starting of new churches. Through the work of a summer mission worker, 
Rev. Ron Benson of the Durham Memorial Baptist Church, we have sought to 
determine the feasibility of starting new work in the Bahama and Leesville 
Road areas, While at the same time we have sought to assist new work al- 
ready begun in the south Chapel Hill area. From all indications there is 
a need for a new work to be begun in Bahama and on Leesville Road. We will 
be bringing recommendations in this regard at the annual meeting. 

As a third area of our work we have considered new areas of ministy that 
are needed in our community which can be done through our association. 
These areas of ministry include public safety-prison chaplaincy ministry, 
mall chaplaincy ministry, ministry to ethnics, ministry to foreign language 
students and their families, and a youth evangelism-discipleship ministry. 
Along with providing three new work "starters" to work in south Chapel 
Hill, Leesville Road and Bahama, we see as priority needs the public 
safety-prison chaplaincy ministry and the mall chaplaincy ministry. 

This committee continues to be active at the time of the writing of this 
report. There is a possibility of further specific recommendations from 
the committee at the time of the annual meeting. We seek your prayful 
support as we attempt to lead our association in missions. 

Respectfully submitted, 

M. Clay Warf, Chairman 



REPORT OF THE MUSIC COUNCIL 

The Associational Music Council has met periodically throughout the year 
to provide music for associational meetings, banquets and annual functions. 
In addition there were joint efforts with the Associational Youth Council 
to provide seasonal music and fellowship at Christmas for the youth. There 
was also a spring music rally for the youth. 

The purpose of the music ministry in the Yates Baptist Association is first 
to glorify God in music. It is also to magnify the message of salvation in 
song. Music in the association should help promote interest in music in 
each individual church and serve as a true companion to the ministry of the 
preached Word. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Mike Threadgill, Director 



REPORT OF THE ORDINATION COMMITTEE 

The Ordination Committee was called upon by five churches in 1980- SI to 
assist in the examination of seven candidates for the ministry. After 
examination, the following candidates were recommended by the committee to 
their churches for ordination: 



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Pam Shipp Bass at the request of Lowe's Grove Baptist Church on January 4, 
1981; 

Ray Rogers at the request of Homestead Heights Baptist Church on February 
8, 1981; 

Michael Threadgill, Wallace Fowler and Jeffrey Page at the request of Grey 
Stone Baptist Church on February 24, 1981; 

Jeffrey Scott Rogers at the request of the Ephesus Baptist Church on May 
5, 1981; 

Dan Wood at the request of the Holloway Street Baptist Church on August 30, 
1981. ' 

Respectfully submitted, 
Harold L. Rumfelt, Chairman 



REPORT OF THE PLACE AND PREACHER COMMITTEE 

The committee recommends the following host churches and speakers for the 
annual associational meetings of 1982: 

Host Churches 



Monday evening, October 25 - University Baptist Church 

S. Columbia Church 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 
Tuesday morning, October 26 - First Baptist Church 

(Lunch provided by churches 414 Cleveland Street 

in Group III) 

Tuesday evening, October 26 - Faith Baptist Church 

3321 Cheek Road 

Annual Sermon 

Preacher - Rev. James West, pastor, Calvary Baptist Church 
Alternate - Reverend Charles Rutt, pastor, Rose of Sharon Church 

Respectfully submitted, 

Rev. Everette Smith, Chairman 



REPORT OF THE RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE 

"RESOLVED: That the messengers, visitors and guests of the Yates Associ- 
ation in its Annual Meeting October 26th and 27th express genuine appre- 
ciation to the host churches, their pastors, staffs and congregation for 
the facilities and the splendid fellowship extended to all those in attend- 
ance. Further, that all of us express sincere gratitude to all the pro- 
gram personnel and the associational officers for their individual parti- 
cipation and contribution to the program theme, 'Churchmanship ' ." 

Respectfully submitted, 

Mrs. Christine N. Ferrell, Chm. 



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REPORT OF THE SENIOR .ADULTS 



Senior Adults of the Yates Association have experienced another good year 
of growing in love for God and each other and having wonderful Christian 
fellowship. Ours is the youngest of the organizations of the association, 
but one of the most enthusiastic. Attendance has grown to over one hundred 
at our quarterly meetings. At this time in our lives it is exciting to 
make new friends and renew acquaintances and to meet with Christian friends 
from all churches of our association. 

The programs for our quarterly meetings (with a covered dish luncheon) 
have been excellent. In November, Mel Luther, Minister of Music a First 
Baptist, led in a fun program where there was group participation as well 
as selected special groups. He closed with a devotional thought. In Feb- 
ruary, the Rev. and Mrs. Crate Jones of Angier Avenue led in a devotional 
program using some of the stories from his book "Out of the Crate." In 
May, the Senior Adult Choir of Calvary Baptist Church of Raleigh presented 
the musical "Count on Us." In August Mr. Paul Young, husband of a former 
Durham girl, Betty Ferrell, and professor at our Baptist school in Pheonix, 
Arizona, presented a movie and discussion of the formation of the Grand 
Canyon. He teaches geology and leads student expeditions down into the 
Canyon. This was most interesting as a group had just been out to the 
Grand Canyon. 

Two trips were planned which were opened to Senior Adults for the associ- 
ation. One, led by Robert Goodwin of Bethesda Baptist, was made to Florida 
in February for a week taking in, among other things, the Black Hills 
Passion Play at Winter Haven and going out to the Keys with 47 participating. 
The other, led by Margaret and Floyd Rhodes of First Baptist, was a 16-day 
western trip to Yellow Stone, Grand Tetons, Grand Canyon, Salt Lake City, 
St. Louis and many other points of interest with 93 participating. These 
trips permit people to travel in groups that might not be able to go other- 
wise. 

It is hoped that more churches in our association will participate in the 
activities of our Senior Adult group, particularly those churches who do 
not have activities for this fast growing group in our churches. The new 
year offers many challenges as plans are now being made by our State 
Director of Aging Ted Williams for a State-wide meeting in Greensboro in 
the spring and four retreats at Caraway as well as Convent ion -wide con- 
ferences at Ridgecrest and Glorieta. 

Senior Adults, won't you join us at our quarterly meetings for great 
Christian fellowship? 

Respectfully submitted, 

Mrs. Floyd Rhodes, Jr., 
President 



REPORT OF SINGLES OVER 50 

"Singles Over 50" continues to grow as this group meets for Christian fel- 
lowship, fun and good food. This fellowship meets the first Saturday of 
each month, and is open to anyone over 50 years of age who has lost a mate 
by death or divorce, or who is unmarried; visitors and/or new members are 
always welcome. Our membership roll for this year totals 174 members, with 
an average attendance of 50, representing 23 churches in the Association 
and other area churches . 



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Our activities and programs have been varied throughout this year, includ- 
ing a Halloween Party in October, a bus trip to Lightfoot in November, a 
Christmas party in December, several covered dish suppers and cookouts at 
other times; each of the occasions being fun for all. 

We invite all singles over 50 in our Association to come and meet with us 
in Christian fellowship. 

Officers for this year are: President, B. E. Sloan, Vice-President, Miss 
Ephna Watts, Secretary-Treasurer, Mrs. Lona Pendergraph, Program Committee, 
Mrs. Pearl Sears, Mrs. Ruth Randolph and Mrs. Inez Ferguson. 

Respectfully submitted, 

B. E. Sloan, President 



REPORT OF CHRISTIAN SINGLES 30-50 

The Christian Singles 30-50 Group has completed its third successful year 
of Christian fellowship. 

Our Activities for the year were as follows: 



August, 1980 - Watermelon Slicing 
September, 1980 - Cook-out 
October, 1980 - Costume Party 
November, 1980 - Movie and Pizza 
December, 1980 - Christmas Program 
January, 1981 - Weiner Roast $ Slides 



February, Village Dinner Theatre 
March, 1981 - Spaghetti Dinner 
April, 1981 - Asheboro Zoo 
May, 1981 - Hiking and Picnic 
June, 1981 - Cook-out 
July, 1981 - Ice Cream Supper 



We seek the cooperation and support of all the churches in the association 
in our effort to reach our Christian singles, male or female, never married, 
divorced or single again. This group meets on the second Saturday night of 
each month. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Kenneth E. Hopson, President 



REPORT OF THE STUDENT WORK COMMITTEE 

In the past year the Associational Student Work Committee worked on two 
major events. First, we organized and sponsored associational involvement 
in the High School Seniors Retreat led by the Campus Ministries division of 
the State Convention, February 27-March 1. The committee arranged trans- 
portation for the seniors as well as a $5.00 supplement in cost for each 
student. The results were that over 20 seniors from five churches parti- 
cipated—a dramatic increase from (zero) the previous year. 

The committee also sponsored a one day workshop on March 23 on how churches 
can minister to college students--especially those who have grown up in the 
church and gone to school. The workshop included a discussion with Bob 
Phillips of the UNC Baptist Student Union staff and a discussion with sev- 
eral Duke students on various related topics. Several churches took part 
and returned positive evaluations. 



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We have also made two inquiries of our churches as to how we can best 
assist their ministry and we received good, though limited, results. We 
plan to use this information to guide our planning for the coming year as 
we continue the programs we've begun and add any which will benefit minis- 
try to college students . 

Respectfully submitted, 
Wiley Oakley, Chairman 



REPORT OF THE SUNDAY SCHOOL 

The Associational Sunday School Council, known as the Associational Sunday 
School Improvement Support Team (Assist) , began its work by attending a 
"Back to Basics Faculty Institute" at Campbell University on January 16, 
1981. The Team was taught how to teach the new BASIC SUNDAY SCHOOL books. 
Five BASIC workshops were held during 1981 in the Yates Association. The 
host churches were Durham Memorial, Ephesus, Guess Road, Parkwood and 
Temple. We trained 185 persons from our associational churches in the 
basics of Sunday School work, including studies for general officers and 
all age-group leaders. 

The ASSIST faculty was trained on February 26 at First Baptist Church in 
Rocky Mount for our Vacation Bible School Clinics. The Yates Clinics were 
held at the Grey Stone Baptist Church on the evening of May 18 and morning 
of May 19, 1981. The clinics were attended by 133 persons from 29 churches. 

The annual Pastor/Staff/Sunday School Director Workshop was held at the 
First Baptist Church on July 27, 1981. This workshop provided specific 
instruction to over 40 key leaders from 22 churches in basic Sunday School 
organization and teaching methods in all four age-group divisions. 

On September 22, 1981, the Carrboro Baptist Church hosted the Curriculum 
Workshop which was designed for basic curriculum interpretation and teach- 
ing techniques using the October 1981 units for each age group. 61 persons 
were in attendance, representing 12 churches. 

Those who served the association this year as trainers in the various divi- 
sions of Sunday School work were 

General Officers: 

Wo f ford Boyd, Ephesus 
David Moore, Parkwood 

Adults: 

Russell Cawthon, Grey Stone 
Bill Brogden, Grey Stone 
Harold Craig, Temple 

Youth: 

Pam Bass, Carrboro 
Wally Fowler, Grey Stone 
Judy King, Holloway 
Joyce McKay, Durham Memorial 
Jeff Page, Grey Stone 



Children: 

Peggy Craig, Temple 
LeaAnn Dunnagan, Angier Ave. 
Bonnie O'Briant, Faith 
Donna Owens, Trinity 
Janet Whitaker, Carrboro 

Preschool : 

Irene Bagwell, First 

Darlene Harrill, Holloway St. 

Soundra Middour, Carrboro 



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If the ASSIST faculty can help you with your Sunday School work in the 
local churches, they invite you to call upon them. However, through par- 
ticipation of all the churches at the scheduled conferences, the team will 
be able to serve the association much more effectively. 

Let us continue working together through our Sunday Schools to reach people 
for Christ, teach them His Word, and live the Christian faith in contemp- 
orary society. 

Respectfully submitted, 
David G. Moore, Director 



REPORT OF TACMO 

The associational Church Media Library Organization met four times during 
the year. The officers met in September for a planning session. 

The first meeting was held on November 1, 1980 at the Durham County Public 
Library. Kay Taylor conducted a tour of the new library. Fifteen people 
representing eight churches were in attendance. 

On February 7, 1981, the group met at Braggtown Baptist Church with Marie 
Corn. Ethel Crabtree led a discussion on the use of subject headings. 
Twelve people from seven churches were present. 

The May 2, 1981 meeting was held at Grey Stone Baptist Church with Sue 
Freeman. The subject headings discussion was continued. Four churches 
were represented by six people. 

The last meeting of the year was on August 1, 1981 at Ridgecrest Baptist 
Church with Ethel Crabtree. Everyone enjoyed seeing the beautiful new 
media library. Promotion ideas were shared and discussed by the twleve 
people in attendance from six churches. The existing officers were re- 
elected for the 1981-82 year. 

TACMO' s goals for the new year include increasing attendance at the meet- 
ings, encouraging churches without libraries to begin one, and promoting 
the use of appropriate resources to equip Christians for witness and 

missions . 

Respectfully submitted, 
Clara J. Crabtree, President 



REPORT OF WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 

Associational WMU began the 1980-81 year with continued emphasis on the 
theme Life Changing Commitments stressing that we answer, "Me, Lord?" as 
we serve in mission leadership positions. 

Beginning October, 1980, emphasis was centered upon enlargement; and in- 
crease in churches having WMU organizations, starting new age-level organ- 
izations in churches with established WMU programs and increased member- 
ship in existing age-level organizations. Our Associational WMU saw an 



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increase of 86 new members in the first month of the ehureh year, started 
one new BYW, one new Mission Friends, one Aeteens, reorganisation of one 
GA and one Aeteens, and have the potentials for starting several others. 
At Annual planning for the eoming year the WMU Council set goals for 
reaching and establishing, where needed, new age-level organisations in 
churches that do not have all five age-levels of WMU work. 

Last December the WMU's from the churches again were involved in the state- 
wide Central Prison Ministry by providing homemade cookies and gave money 
to help furnish bedspreads and towels for the women's dorms, WMU helped 
provide staple goods for the Assoeiational food pantry and made visits to 
Murdoch Center. 

The Annual Meeting was a highlight of the year having an attendance of 300 
members, leaders, officers, and guest representing forty-one of the forty- 
eight churches. Rachel James, Missionary and Nancy Curtis, Executive 
Director of WMU, N. C, were speakers for this event, They challenged us 
to take our lives and let them be used in carrying out the mission task of 
WMU to teach missions, support missions and to become involved in mission 
action and personal witnessing. The Baptist Women's Day of Prayer was 
attended by 91 women and men of the Yates Association and the General lap- 
tist Convention. This was a very inspirational time of prayer and fellow- 
ship sponsored to promote missions among white and black Christians with 
the offering being sent to support mission efforts sponsored by each group. 

Nine Assoeiational officers attended WMU workshop at Tarbero and five 
attended WMU week at Ridgeerest to equip them to lead in training the 
local church WMU leaders at leadership conference on September U, 1981 . 
Through training and equipping WMU leaders we can promote the mission 
work of our association through WMU, The potential for growth, both 
spiritually and in membership is unlimited, Pray that we will seek to be- 
come pacesetters in missions education in North Carolina. 

We, the Assoeiational WMU council need your prayers and support by your 
attendance at Assoeiational events if we are to become an effective mis- 
sion organization. Pray as we answer, "Mi, LORD?" that we will be willing 
to say, "Here am I, Send Me." 

Respectfully submitted, 
Dorothy Hicks, WMU Direeter 



REPORT OF THE YOUTH COMMITTEE 

The Lord has blessed us greatly in the Youth division this year. This has 
been a year of foundation building for the Youth Committee. Over the year 
we have tried to find the resources available to us here in the Association, 
There are many talented people and groups, 

During the year we had several events, the most successful of which was a 
youth rally in March with Lamar Slay, Over twenty churches participated 
at Cresset Church, about 3S0 youth came. In April, we had a Jr. High Re- 
treat, an event we hope to build over the years. Mt, Meriah hosted another 
youth rally in July. In August, Five Trailways buses were provided to 
transport youth to the Youth Evangelism Conference in Greensboro, An ex- 
cellent time was had by all and there were many decisions made that evening. 

In addition to the events the Association helped to send some high sehoel 



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seniors to the retreat for them last fall. 



It is the hope of this committee that we can involve more churches in what 
we do. We feel a special need to help the smaller churches, but it seems 
they feel too small to become involved. Please, even if you have only one 
youth, allow us to be of help to your church. 

To help in the decision making process and the carrying out of our plans we 
have started an Associational Youth Council. Each church is allowed equal 
representation (2 youth, 1 adult). It is our hope that this council will 
expand to include all the churches. David Pate, a member of Durham Memorial 
and a senior at Southern High School, is the president of this council for 
the coming year. 

Allow us to help your church this year. If you have resources plug them 
into some of our programs so that all may benefit. We want to build up the 
church of Jesus Christ. Our work is to help you. Thank you for that oppor- 
tunity. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Fulton Hartzog, Chairman 



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ANNUAL FINANCIAL STATEMENT 



Sept. -Dec, 1980 Jan. -Sept., 1981 

GASH ON HAND: S 11,076.46 S 9 ,392 .48 
RECEIPTS: 

From Churches 30,576.19 73,198.85 

Sales Tax Refund 345.95 782.34 

Camp 66.68 500.01 

New Work Fund 311.76 7,433.28 

New Work Revolving Fund 2,300.00 231.00 

Simultaneous Revivals 2,000.00 

Bold Budget Banquet 364.50 

Interest on Checking ' 15,65 

M. T. Yates 184.54 

Other 95.86 



Total Cash Available $ 44,861,58 $ 94,013.95 

DISBURSEMENTS : 

Fellowship, Missions, Evangelism 

Intern Pastorships $ 650.00 S 

Evangelism 186.32 732,29 

Baptist Student Unions 300.00 900.00 

Pastors-Wives Retreat 

Annual Meeting 588.95 30.00 

Bold Mission Thrust 98.00 503.36 

Missions Committee 9.36 

Literacy Committee (38.43) 365.21 

Contact Teleministry 250.00 250.00 

Interfaith Witness 3.90 

RTM Committee 18.20 

Singles Over 50 188.00 

Singles 30-50 78.96 144.24 

Senior Adults 8.00 37.00 

Community Ministries 647.60 

Migrant Ministry 

Christmas Bonuses 1,064,32 



Personnel 

Director of Missions 3,795,67 9,918.00 

Administrative Assistant 2,805.33 6,718.50 

Secretaries 2,894.02 5,448.43 

Clerk 416.25 

Camp Caretaker 999.30 2,699.90 

Janitor 132.50 284.50 

Director's Retirement 1,085.26 2,441.88 

Adm. Assistant's Retirement 246.60 554.40 

Director's Travel 1,033.44 2,830.06 

Director's Insurance 1,430.40 1,064,97 

Adm. Assistant's Insurance 45.32 94.18 

Director's Housing 2,800.00 6,300.00 

Director's Utilities 866,69 1,949.94 



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Library § Visual Aids 


181 , 


. 94 


511 . 


, 82 


Youth Council 




, Dj 


282 , 


, 83 


Ministers' Conference 


16 . 


. 50 


113. 


,44 


Sunday School 


171 , 


, 29 


813, 


,99 


Church Training 







221 , 


.59 


W.M.U. 


265 


. 29 


1,070. 


. 28 


Brotherhood 


Q"7 


. y i 


230 


.97 


Music 


52 


.06 







Conventions § Conference 


177 


.51 


1,993 


.25 


Secretaries' Conference 







25 


.00 



Office 5 Administration 
Utilities 
Contingency 
Equipment § Repairs 
Insurance 

Worker's Compensation 

Social Security 

Promotion § Study 

Printing 

Postage 

Directory 

Service Contracts 

Supplies 

Rent 

Emergency Fund 



1,523.15 
98.80 
518.23 


15.00 
482.63 
291.45 

1,077.74 
976.77 
135.57 
120.65 
569.03 

1,600.00 
5.00 



3,206.09 
237.28 

2,253.96 
558.00 
236.00 
894.82 
497.15 
866.71 

2,480.25 


1,439.50 
1,874.60 
3,600.00 
(35.50) 



Properties 5 Management 
Garrett Road Property 
Camp Maintenance 
Camp Insurance 
Camp Equipment 
Camp Improvement 



116.05 
915.52 





2,807.92 



113.73 
3,279.82 
120.00 





Miscellaneous 

N. C. Sales Tax 

FICA Withheld 

Federal Withheld 

State Withheld 

World Mission Conference 

Director's Office Account 

New Work Fund 

New Work Revolving Fund 

Simultaneous Revivals 

Bold Budget Banquet 



248.47 



133.19 
(492.52) 
830.67 
(99.39) 
42.34 




494 . 79 
(111.40) 
(133.30) 
(147.69) 


494.91 
7,187.77 


2,000.00 
501.05 



TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS 


$ 


35,269.10 


$ 


81,117.63 


Cash on Hand, General Fund 


$ 


9,592.48 


$ 


12,896.32 


Cash on Hand, Contingency Fund 




970.55 




970.55 



TOTAL CASH ON HAND $ 10,563.03 $ 13,866.87 



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SUMMARY OF SPECIAL ACCOUNTS 
Security Savings § Lean 
January , 1980 - September 1911 



Balance at Beginning of Period - 1/1/80 
Dividends earned - 1980 
Gift Rechelie Will - 1980 
Withdrawal for Matthew T. Yatis 
Home Renovation 

Dividends earned through 8/31/81 
Gift Rechelie Will - 1981 
Baptist State Convention 



60,938.06 



6,196.81 
2,342.63 

(114.14) 

7,513.41 
2,113.93 
S, 000, 00 



Balance 9/30/81 



Balance at Beginning of Period 
Dividends earned 
Withdrawal 

Balance 9/30/81 



M. T. Yates Development Fund 
$ 



9.69 
(184.54) 



84,360.30 



174.85 



Camp Expansion Fund 



Balance at Beginning of Period 
Gift from Rochelle Will 
Dividends earned for Period 

Balance 9/30/81 



4,896.56 
7,851.89 



19,260.06 



32.008.51 



Balance at Beginning of Period 
Dividends Earned for Period 

Balance 9/30/81 



Association Savings Fund 
$ 



5,720.08 



40,000.00 
45,720.08 



Balance at Beginning of Period 
Dividends Earned for Period 

Balance 9/30/81 



Camp Swimming Pool Fund 
$ 



r 



8.62 



116.55 
125.17" 



Church Expansion Fund 



Balance at Beginning of Period 
Dividends earned for Period 
Baptist State Convention 

Balance 9/30/81 



119.94 
5,000.00 



1.386.60 



6, S06. 14 



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YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

1982 PROPOSED BUDGET 



1981 Budget 1982 Budget 

I. FELLOWSHIP, MISSIONS, AND EVANGELISM 



102 Evangelism: $ $ 

(1) On-going Program 750 750 

(2) Here's Hope 1,000 

103 Baptist Student Unions (for work only) 900 500 

104 Deacons-Wives Retreats 200 

105 Pastors-Wives Retreats 500 500 

106 Annual Meeting 500 500 

107 Bold Missions Thrust 300 300 

108 Missions Committee: 

(1) Pastoral Assistance (for new work) 3,600 

(2) Chaplaincy with PSO Officers, County 

Sheriffs & Prisons 450 1 

(3) Mall Chaplaincy 150 2 

(4) Migrant Ministry 200 200 

(5) Materials 50 50 

109 Literacy Committee 500 500 

110 Contact Teleministry 500 500 

111 Inter-Faith Witness 25 

112 Research Triangle Missions Committee 50 50 

113 Singles Over 50 200 200 

114 Singles 30-50 200 200 

115 Senior Adults 100 100 

116 Community Ministries 800 500 

119 Christmas Bonuses 600 600 

120 Life Enrichment 1,200 

121 New Churches/Chapel (for sites or buildings) 10,000 

122 Retirement Community Feasibility Study 2,500 

II. PERSONNEL 

201 Director of Missions 

(total compensation - 1981) 32,900 32,900 

202 Administrative Assistant 8,958 9,600 

203 Clerk 450 600 

204 Part-time Secretaries 8,152 8,000 

205 Adm. Assistant (use of personal car) 300 

206 Camp Caretaker 3,600 3,900 

207 Janitor 550 600 
209 Adm. Assistant's Retirement 783 960 
212 Adm. Assistant's Disability Insurance 90 125 

III. ORGANIZATIONS AND TRAINING 

301 Library & Visual Aids: 

(1) On- going Program 700 700 
1.2) Video Equipment 1,800 

302 Youth Council 250 1,400 

303 Ministers' Conference 150 150 

304 Sunday School 

U) On-going Program 1,200 1,200 

(2) 1983 Metro Enlargement 2,300^ 



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1981 Budget 198J Budget 

305 Church Training IT tbo $ 400 

306 WMU 1,315 1,330 

307 Brotherhood 560 170 

308 Music S00 500 

309 Convention I Conferences (for Director) 1,300 1,300 

310 Conference for Secretaries 300 300 

IV. OFFICE AND ADMINISTRATION 

401 Utilities 4,100 3,000 

402 Contingency 500 100 

403 Equipment 4 Repairs 4,700 J, 700 

404 Insurance 200 200 

405 Workers' Compensation 200 200 

406 Social Security 1,370 1,480 

407 Promotion $ Study 500 S00 

408 Printing 750 1,200 

409 Postage 2,700 3,000 

410 Dirctory 100 100 

411 Service Contracts 1,400 1,750 

412 Supplies 2,000 2,000 

413 Rent 4,800 4,800 

V. PROPERTIES $ MANAGEMENT 

501 Garrett Road Property (property tax) 121 125 

502 Camp Operating Expenses 2,500 3,500 

503 Camp Insurance 750 750 
505 Camp Improvement 3,000 

TOTALS $ ttjn I 141,810 

To be paid by Baptist State Convention, item 121 = 10,000 

NET BUDGET $ 111,810 



A Net of $1500 to be provided by the Baptist State Convention in addition t© 
$450 in budget for a total of $1,950. 

2 Net of $500 to be provided by the Baptist State Convention in addition to 
$150 in budget for a total of $650. 

3 First of a two year program. 

Item 201, Director's Salary: Director's salary to be reviewed and recom- 
mended on January 1, 1982, by the Executive Committee consistent with its 
actions regarding Director of Missions. 



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HISTORY OF MOUNT GILEAD BAPTIST CHURCH 



Late in the year, 1824, eight members were granted letters from Mt . Carmel 
to begin an arm at Hackney's Cross Roads to be called Mt. Gilead. 

The first meeting was held on February 9, 1824, with Elder William Farthing 
"assisting the brethren." At that time, eleven additional members were 
added by letters and "by experience" bringing the number of charter members 
to nineteen. 

Allen Kirby was appointed first clerk with Isaac Kirby his assistant. They 
were to write the Rules of Decorum which were to be read at each business 
meeting. These meetings were held on Saturday before the fourth Sunday 
with preaching the next day. 

In June the church was constituted, Isaac Kirby was ordained and called to 
be the first pastor. Allen Temple, Willie Kirby, and Mark Bynum were elect- 
ed to serve as deacons. 

The church was a member of the historic Sandy Creek Association. On Octo- 
ber 23, 1824, membership had grown to 34. 

Traditionally the church was located on land belonging to Joseph Hackney, a 
veteran of the Revolutionary War. The first mention of any building is 
found in minutes of 1830 when "plans were made to build a shed to the Meet- 
ing House." In January of 1837, "Brother Henry Merritt and Bro. George W. 
Purefoy attended services and the pastor being absent preached the first 
sermon in the new Meeting House." In January of 1877, it was voted to 
"plank up the church." This building was near the present location and was 
used until 1883 when the congregation moved into the present building. 

The church was the only influence for good in the community and members 
were expected to abide by a strict moral code. They would be brought be- 
fore church during the Saturday conference for profanity, immoral conduct, 
gossip, dancing, and many other charges. Drinking or selling ardent 
spirits was frowned upon and sure to bring a reprimand. Members would 
solve their differences, accept apologies, and all would end in "unison and 
love." Members were required to attend the services and could be excommun- 
icated if they missed three meetings. At one time a vigilante committee 
was appointed to see absentees and collect assessments. 

From minutes of August, 1829: "After preaching Sunday, communion table was 
spread, brother and sister partook of bread and wine. That evening Brother 
Kirby preached by candlelight and the members washed one anothers feet 
agreeable to a scriptual command." 

Many protracted meetings were held. "The Lord blest His people, the church 
was revived, sinners converted and mourners convicted." Baptisms were held 
at Bynum Ferry, Haw River, Henley's Bridge. Later a pool was made below a 
spring on the church property. 

First mention of salary for ministers was in October of 1849. "Bro. Line- 
berry was to receive $75.00 for 1850." In 1870 they called John Wilson for 
$80.00. They had difficulty collecting this sum and had to borrow to pay 
him in full. 

First mention of Sunday School is found in minutes of April, 1848. "On 
motion of Bro. Williams this church agreed to form a sabbath school and 
also to have regular prayer meeting." Minutes of 1866: "It was agreed 



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that we commence a sabbath school next Sunday." In 1885 the first super- 
intendent is named, first staff is shown in 1S87, 

The only reference to the Civil War is made when two offerings amounting to 
535.00 were taken for Army Colportage. October, 1862: "The Saturday bus- 
iness conference was not held in December due to regimental muster." There 
are no minutes for 1865. 

Many blacks were members of the church, coming on profession of faith and 
being baptized. They were also brought before the church for immoral be- 
havior. After the Civil War a meeting was called to help them build a 
Meeting House and constituting them into a church. In 1868 the blacks were 
granted letters to form the Haw River Baptist Church. (From the history of 
Haw River we learn that E. H. Cole and C. L. Hackney (slaves) were ordained 
in the Mt . Gilead Church by George W. Purefoy. The became the first 
pastors of the Haw River and Mt. Zion Churches and were leaders in begin- 
ning the New Hope Baptist Association) . 

In 1882 plans were made to build the present sanctuary which was completed 
August, 1883. On motion the following were invited to the first meeting to 
be held on the fifth Sunday in September: Columbus Durham to preach the 
sermon, C. T. Bailey (editor of the Biblical Recorder) , John E. Ray (Gen- 
eral Secretary), J. D. Broughton (Recording Secretary). "The new house of 
worship was completed the fourth day of September 1883 and was dedicated on 
the fifth Sunday of same month. The Rev. C. Durham preached the dedication 
sermon from Ephesians 5th Chapter and 27 Verse. A large congregation of 
anxious hearers being in attendance. 

The W.M.U. was organized May, 1892 with 12 members. The object was "by 
prayer and contributions to aid in giving the gospel to the destitute and 
heathen lands." 



Upon the retirement of R. R. Gordon in 1948, it was decided to call one of 
the students from Southeastern Seminary. This began a new day with preach- 
every Sunday. A parsonage was build in 1955. 

Many improvement have been made in recent years including the addition of 
Sunday School rooms, baptistry restrooms, remodeling the main sanctuary and 
adding a choir loft. Stained glass windows were given as memorials. 

In 1974 the educational building was completed with the note burning cere- 
mony held in December of 1976. 

The number of men who have been ordained by this church is unknown. Isaac 

Kirby is the only one named. From other sources we have the following: 

T. Y. Seymour, Richard Clark, Roy Morris and the two slaves mentioned above. 

Keithen Tucker, graduate of Southeastern Seminary has been pastor for al- 
most two years. It is hoped that under his leadership this church will 
continue to grow. The present membership is 288. 

Mt. Gilead is most fortunate to have all of its records dating back to that 
first meeting, February 9, 1$24 . 



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HISTORY OF MOUNT MORIAH BAPTIST CHURCH 



The Baptist Church of Christ at Mount Moriah, Orange County, North Carolina, 
which was constituted by Elders William Farthing and James Fairhill on the 
4th day of March, 1823, in compliance to an appointment of the Flat River 
Association--so begins the history of Mt. Moriah Missionary Baptist Church. 

Evidence has recently been found that the first services of the Church were 
conducted by a Methodist Circuit Rider Preacher who came through the area 
one or two times a year. The other services were conducted by laymen who 
were called Elders. The congregation met at the home of a member until the 
first building, consisting of one room was built in 1833. The two acres of 
land for the church were donated by Robert D. Patterson, but the deed for 
the property was not received until 1880. 

The first constitution was adopted in April 1823. Every male member who 
failed to attend more than one conference was considered disorderly, and 
was dealt with as the church thought proper. 

The first regular pastor, T. D. Armstrong, was called, December 5, 1832. As 
one reads the early records, he soon realized the Elders conducted as many 
trials to hold the members in line, as they held services to preach the 
gospel . 

The budget 1833-1835 was $10.35. The 1980 budget which is the largest in 
the history of the church exceeds $77,000. 

Mt. Moriah has been an intergrated church from its beginning. In 1855, the 
membership consisted of 35 white men, 43 white women, 24 black men, and 38 
black women. In 1856, a black man, Tom Couch, was elected and ordained a 
deacon. As the black members increased, they asked for and received per- 
mission to organize a separate church. With this move the Mt . Sinai Bap- 
tist Church was organized in 1870. 

A building program was begun in 1882 for the purpose of constructing a new 
place of worship. The contract was signed in 1902, and the second place of 
worship was completed June 1903, at the cost of $1,532.72. 

Mt. Moriah has ordained and licensed five men to preach the gospel. They 
were Nash Cheek, Thomas Carroll, Charles E. Maddry, Garland Pendergraft, 
and Boyce Creamer. Michael Tripp has dedicated his life to full-time 
Christian service and will enter Bryan College this fall to prepare for 
this work. 

The Mt . Zion Association was organized at Mt. Moriah, May 1870. The church 
remained in this Association until the Yates Association was organized in 
1948. 

The church began a third building fund, April 1954, under the leadership of 
Rev. Leo Bridges. The ground breaking ceremony for the building program 
was held January 24, 1960. The majority of the education building was 
erected with free labor and upon completion was debt free. The approximate 
cost was $37,000. 

Rev. and Mrs. Billy Burton and family were the first to live in the church 

parsonage. It was built on land donated for that prupose by Mr. § Mrs. 

W. R. Dezem. L. L. Dowdy was the contractor, and the cost was $21,196.91. 



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Thi parsonag© and ©dueatien building was d©dieat©d, Jun© 28, 1914, Thi par= 
sonag© mertgag© was burn©d, December 13, 1364, 

Th© construction of th© sanctuary began with the t©aring down ©f the ©Id 
building, October S, 1964, Th© sanctuary wai built by Char I i© R. Park©? at 
th© cost of 198,746.00. The first service wai held in the n<§w building, 
October 13, 1965. 

On homecoming, October 10, 1978, Rev, Billy iurton, Rev, Hen Berry, and Rev. 
Harold Burton conducted the Bond Burning service signifying that w© were 
once again debt free. The sanctuary debt had been paid en© year ahead of 
schedule. 

1980-81 has been a time of much progress, A few of th© highlight! are; a 
tap© ministry was b©gun for our hemebeund; a new sound system has been in= 
stalled; two youth choral groups organised; a 1980 van purchased; th© sane = 
tuary r©carp©t©d; and a new singles Sunday School Class started. Th© mem= 
bership has increased beyond the 400 mark, making it necessary to elect 
additional deacons. 1980 was the first year that th© d©aeens were elected 
from a, list of all mal© members age 21 or older. 



YEARS FOR PUBLISHING CHURCH HISTORIES 
IN THI MINUTIS 



1981 


, , Mount Mori ah and Mount Gilead 


1982 


. Rose of Sharon 


1983 


Lowe's Grove and Mount Carmel 


1984 


. University and Watts Street 


1985 


Durham Memorial and Cheek Heights 


1986 


, . Hoi low ay Street and Immanuel 


1987 


. Trinity and German 


1988 


........ Guess Road and Calvary 


1989 


........ Plainview and Westwood 


1990 


Park View and Bethesda 


1991 


........ Yates and Olive Branch 


1992 


Temple and Angier Avenue 


1993 


Red Mountain and iphesus 


1994 


• Grey Stone and Idgemont 


199S 


........ Carrbero and Grace 


1996 


........ Lakewood and First 


1997 


........ Mount Hensen and ibeneaer 


1998 


........ Faith and Ridgeerest 


1999 


Hope Valley and Cresset 


2000 


Homestead Heights and Fielderest 


2001 


Pag© Road and Parkwoed 


2002 


. . New Hope 


2003 


... Bells and Cedar Fork 


2004 


... Lystra and Braggtown 


2005 


. Berea and Mount Pisgah 


2006 


Mount Meriah and Meunt Gilead 



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Angier Avenue 

Berea 

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Guess Road 
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Lakewood 
Lystra 
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Faith 

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Mt. Moriah 
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Mt. Pisgah 
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Westwood 

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Trinity 
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Please note that churches are not asked 
to serve two meals in the same year. 



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IN MEMORIAM 



ANGIER AVENUE : Mrs. Marie Bordeax, Mrs. Florence Byrd, P. B. Capps, Mrs. 
Mary Carlton, Mrs. Learsa Cheek, Mrs. Delia Christian, W. L. Cope, J. B. 
Foreman, Miss Cleo Gilmore, Mrs. Helen Glosson, Mrs. Gladys Henderson, Mrs. 
Mamie Mayton, Mrs. Mina McGhee, Paul Riley, Sr., Mrs. Eglina Thompson. 
BELLS: Woodrow Gaster, Frank Russ, Henry Clayton, Mrs. Wilma Dick. 
BETHESDA : C. W. Burgess, Sr., Mrs. Clarice Kelley, Joe Ray, Mrs. Mary 
Alice O'Neal, Mrs. C. W. Overcash, Mrs. Leona Mann, L. E. Rigsbee, Gaither 
Ross, Vernon Sherron, W. G. Taylor. 

BRAGGTQWN : Frank Hill, J. M. Hayden,Mrs. C. E. Gibson, Ray Farr, Mrs. 
Annie Winston, Mrs. C.G. Blackard, Mrs. Levea Hansley, L. L. Gardner, Mrs. 
J. S. Carter. 
CALVARY : Jack Edwards 

CARRBORO: Mrs. Miles Andrews, Mrs. Nora Bailey, Mrs. Clifton Boyd, Mrs. 
Bettie Blackwood, Mrs. Dorritt B. Cannada, Mrs. F. M. Durham, Jim Couch, 
Mrs. Marie Gilmore, Ernest Hearn, Mrs. Alice McKnight Woodrow Williams, 
Wayne Yancey, C. D. Oakley, Mrs. Theresa Riddle, Miss Barbara Crane, David 
Consaga. 

CEDAR FORK : Mrs. Ethel Williams, Coy Merritt . 
CHEEK HEIGHTS : Mrs. Mira Morgan. 
CRESSET: Stuart Green, Mrs. Sue Karres. 

DURHAM MEMORIAL : Mrs. Brenda Dry, Mrs. Mattie Foushee, Mrs. Estelle Frank- 
lin, Hammond Perry. 

EBENEZER : Daniel Cunningham, Miss Dawn Hawkins, Robert Allen, Mrs. Helen 
Pendergraph, Mrs. Evie Bowling Charlie Cook. 

EDGEMONT : Roy Acrey, Mrs. Emma T. Allen, Mrs. Charles Bridwell, Miss Enid 
Council, Miss Lonie Eatman, Vestor Hairr, Percy House. 
FIELDCREST : Mrs. Nellie Hayes. 

FIRST : Miss Sal lie Beavers, Miss Fannie Brooks, Mrs. Spurgeon Boyce, Mrs. 
Willis Brogden, Mrs. Hubert Belvin, Raymond Byrd, Mrs. Kelly Turner, Mrs. 
J. L. Walters, W. C. Hopson, Mrs. Bessie Rackley, Mrs. Elsie Rhodes, Dan 
Poole, Wallace Tuck, Miss Eleanor Gregory, Gerald Pleasants, Mrs. Sue Ger- 
mino, Mrs. Dora Harrison, Mrs. Lillian Andrews, Mrs. Francis Davis, Mrs. 
Mamie Brown. 

GORMAN : Mrs. Essie Bateman, Mrs. Nellie Cash, P. T. Fogleman, Z. R. Fuller, 
Mrs. Lucille Hall, Bruce Moody, Ben Veasey, Jesse Veasey. 

GRACE : Rev. H. B. Anderson, Mrs. Fred Austin, CP. Bass, Mrs. S. M. Brad- 
shaw, Mrs. C. L. Byrum, Mrs. Thelma Cagle, H. Perry Carpenter, Mrs. R. L. 
Daniel, Mrs. Travis Hall, Mrs. Glenn Hamilton, A. C. Holloway, Mrs. Trudie 
O'Briant, Joe Doughton, Mrs. E. M. O'Neal, Sr., Julian G. Parrish, Miss 
Thelma Pressley, 0. P. Sessoms, Mrs. J. Ed Vickers, Miss Lula Waller. 
GREY STONE : Mrs. Elma P. Cates, Brodie J. Cole, Mrs. Bettie M. Councilman, 
Mrs. Lillie L. Crosby, Clarence Garrard, Mrs. Hazel H. Hall, Mrs. Pattie 
Harmon, Joseph Harris, Mrs. Ruby Hurley, Miss Joan Lim, Mrs. Nola Marlow, 
Mrs. Annie Mitchell, E. Edward Nash, Luther Prevatte, Lon Sheets, Mrs. Lou- 
venia Smith Mrs. Janice Taylor, E. W. Wall, Miss Flonnie M. Watson, Mrs. 
Sadie Willett. 
GUESS ROAD : 

HOLLOWAY STREET : Mrs. J. A. Ferrell, L. L. Edmundson, Coy F. Stone (Deacon) 
Mrs. Mollie Biggerstaff, John Roy Hanks, Mrs. Donald Scott, Wm. Dennis 
Waldon, Mrs. G. E. Spence. 

HOMESTEAD HEIGHTS : Mrs. Steve Gattis, Milton Kidd (Deacon), Roy Hopkins, 
Mrs. Roy Hopkins, Dee Davis. 

HOPE VALLEY : Edward Cooke, Sam H. O'Briant, Russell Barnes, Wallace Cook. 
IMMANUEL : Rassie Dean, Mrs. Nannie Riley. 

LAKE WOOD : Mrs. Ola Wethington, Mrs. Allie Partin, Ragner Stahl, Earnest 
Teague, Mrs. Ruby Brooks. 

LOWE'S GROVE: Turner McKinnie, Mrs. Louise Pickard, Mrs. Martha Russell. 



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LYSTRA : Rev. Leon Cheek, Mrs. Minerva Partin. 

MOUNT CARMEL : Thomas Blackwood, Eben Merritt, Mrs. Thomas (Buena) Sparrow,, 
Carl Braxton Sparrow, Maurice Vickers. 
MOUNT G I LEAD : Carl Brasington. 

MOUNT HERMON : Donald Cunningham, Mrs. Mattie Harris, Mrs. Daisey Browning, 

Harold Hodges, Mrs. L. V. Shite, James Hobbs, Dewey Clayton. 

MOUNT MORI AH : Mrs. Bessie D. Hardee, Mrs. Effie Sparrow, Wilson Tillman, 

Loyd O'Neal Mayse, Mrs. Stella D. Black, Mrs. Zeppie P. Watts, Harvey 

Markham. 

MOUNT PISGAH : Mrs. Mattie Mae Goodwin, Johnny Eubanks . 

OLIVE BRANCH : Fred Morris, J. Wiley Ross, Wesley Cheek (Deacon), Mrs. 

Hettie Wheelous, Wade L. Kerr. 

PARK VIEW : Mrs. Alice Young, Lee Christian, A. R. Bennett, Mrs. A. R. 
Bennett, William Current, Elston Davis, Harry Fuller. 
PARKWOOD : Alfred Childress 
PLAINVIEW : Mrs. Virginia Nowell. 

RED MOUNTAIN : Mrs. Cannie Holsonback, Mrs. Annie Wilkins, Dewey Garrett. 
RIDGECREST : Mrs. Stella Earp, Ralph Baldwin, Mrs. Lillie Vaughan. 
ROSE OF SHARON : Alex W. Teague, J. Frank Ellie, Lawless T. Hunt, Jr., 
Baxter McCraw, Mrs. Annie Clark. 

TEMPLE : Tommy Russell, Mrs. Mae Bullock, Nevilles Young, Mrs. Notie Stone, 
Mrs. Sudie Whitfield, Mrs. Bettie Whitaker, A. D. Whittington, Sr., Palmer 
L. Pickett, Frank L. Poe, Mrs. Janet Colman, Mrs. Charles R. Hendrix, Mrs. 
J. Curtis Foster, Herod T. Briggs, MissDora Cares, Raymond H. Holt, Moody 
B. Pope, Mrs. Sam G. Harris, Mrs. Bruce Johnson, Edwin L. Bullock. 
TRINITY : Mrs. Jessie Basden, James McCormick. 

UNIVERSITY : Mrs. Charles Standish, Mrs. Alfred Brandon, Ms. Theo Carlyisle, 

Mr. John Parker, Mrs. Vivian Phipps, Mrs. Velma Pendergraft . 

WATTS STREET : Robert M. Kinton, May Adcock Sally, Mrs. Estelle Upchurch, 

Steve Upchurch, Mary Schuchardt, Vallie W. Booth, Anna D. Carlton, Frances 

Hawley, Corothy Burchette, Elizabeth deBruyne, Mary S. Stone. 

WESTWOOD : R. W. Orander, V. D. Winstead. 

YATES : Mrs. Alma Pendergraph, Festus Alderman, Alton Crocker, Clarence 
Lowry, Robert Davenport, Hugh Norton, Harold Elliott, R. L. Rigsbee, Albert 
Poe, Mack Pickett, Mrs. Snodwn Atwater, Mrs. Licinda Hubbel, Mrs. Alice 
Markham, Stuart Green. 



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INDEX 

Associate or Assistant Pastors 70 

Board Members 2 

Board Report 36 

Brotherhood Council 5 

Brotherhood Directors and Statistical Table % 

Brotherhood Report 41 

Budget 57 

Calendar 12 

Camp Committee Report 41 

Church Directory 69 

Church Media Center /Library Directors 73 

Church Media Center/Library Officers 4 

Church Media Center/Library Report 51 

Church Membership § Other Information Statistical Table 80 

Church Secretaries 72 

Church Training Directors/Statistical Table 92 

Church Training Officers 4 

Churches and Pastors 69 

Clerks 112 

Committees 9 

Constitution and By-Laws 19 

Constitution Committee Report . . 42 

Deacon Chairmen 84 

Director of Missions Report 38 

Directory of Association 1 

Employees 1 

Evangelism Committee Report 44 

Financial Statement 54 

General Board Members of the Baptist State Convention 1 

Historical Table 63 

History of Mount Gilead Baptist Church 59 

History of Mount Moriah Baptist Church 61 

In Memorium 67 

Inter-Faith Witness Committee Report 44 

Laubach Organization 6 

Laubach Report 45 

Meals for Associational Annual Meeting and WMU Annual Meeting .... 66 

Messengers 17 



Ministers of Education 71 

Ministers of Recreation ~2 

Ministers of Youth "1 

Ministers Ordained During the Year 76 

Mission Expenditures Statistical Table 112 

Missions Committee Chairmen 76 

Missions Committee Report 45 

Music Council 7 

Music Council Report 46 

Music Directors/Statistical Table 100 

Officers of Association 1 

Officers of Organizations 4 

Ordinations Committee Report 46 

Organists and/or Pianists 74 

Other Licensed and Ordained Ministers 77 

Pastors 69 

Place and Preacher Committee Report 47 

Proceedings of Annual Meeting 27 

Program of Annual Meeting 27 

Resolutions Committee Report 47 

Senior Adult Officers 5 

"Singles 30-50" Report 49 

"Singles Over 50" Report 48 

Stewardship Chairmen ..... 75 

Student Work Committee Report 49 

Sunday School Directors/Statistical Table 88 

Sunday School Officers 4 

Sunday School Report 50 

Total Receipts, Local Expenditures 5 Stewardship Statistical Table . . 108 

Treasurers 108 

Woman's Missionary Union Directors/Statistical Table 104 

Woman's Missionary Union Officers 5 

Woman's Missionary Union Report 51 

Years for Publishing Church Histories 62 

Youth Advisory Committee Report 52 



YATES 
BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 



NORTH CAROLINA 
THIRTY-THIRD ANNUAL SESSION 

1981 




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YATES 
BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 



2821 Chapel Hill Road 
Durham, North Carolina 27707 
Telephone: 901-489-3396 



THIRTY-FOURTH 
ANNUAL SESSION 

1982 



Held with University Baptist Church, Monday night, October 25, 1982; First Baptist 
Church, Tuesday morning, October 26, 1982, and Faith Baptist Church, Tuesday night, 
October 26, 1982. 

Next session to be held with Parkwood Baptist Church, Monday evening, October 
24, 1983; Ridgecrest Baptist Church, Tuesday morning, October 25, 1983, and Yates 
Baptist Church, Tuesday evening, October 25, 1983. 



1982 ANNUAL OF THE 



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Index 



Associate or Assistant Pastors 62 

Board Members 5 

Brotherhood Officers 8 

Budget 48 

Calendar 12 

Church and Pastors Directory 60 

Church Media Center/Library Directors 64 

Church Secretaries .' 65 

Church Training Officers 7 

Committees (1982-83) 9 

Constitution and By-Laws 19 

Directory of Association 5 

Employees 5 

Financial Statement 50 

General Board Members of the Baptist Convention 5 

Historical Table 53 

In Memoriam 59 

Laubach Literacy Program 9 

Meals for Associational Annual Meeting and WMU Annual Meeting 58 

Messengers 18 

Ministers of Education 62 

Ministers of Recreation 63 

Ministers of Yough 63 

Ministers Ordained 66 

Ministers Ordained or Licensed During the Year 66 

Music Council 9 

Officers of the Association 7 

Organists and/or Pianists 63 

Perfect Letters from Churches 67 

Proceedings of Annual 29 

Proceedings of Annual Meeting 29 

Program of Annual Meeting 26 

Senior Adult Officers 8 

"Singles 30-50" Officers 9 

"Singles Over 50" Officers 9 

Sunday School Officers 7 

Woman's Missionary Union Officers 8 

Years for Publishing Church Histories 57 

COMMITTEE REPORTS: 

Associational Board 36 

Brotherhood 40 

Camp Committee 40 

Church Media Center/Library 41 

Church Training 38 

Community Ministeries 41 

Evangelism Committee 41 

Laubach 40 

Missions Committee 43 

Ordinations Committee 43 

Perfect Letters 67 

Place and Preacher Committee 37 

Resolutions Committee 47 

Retirement Home Feasibility Study Committee 47 

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1982 ANNUAL OF THE 



Senior Adults 45 

"Singles 30-50" 45 

"Singles Over 50" 46 

Sunday School 37 

Woman's Missionary Union 39 

Youth Committee 48 

STATISTICAL TABLES: 

Brotherhood * 80 

Church Membership and Other Information 70 

Churches and Pastors 
Church Music 76 

Music Directors 

Church Training 74 

Directors and Addresses 
Mission Expenditures 84 

Church Clerks 

Special Information 86 

Chairmen of Deacons 
Sunday School 72 

Directors and Addresses 
Total Receipts, Local Expenditures & Stewardship 82 

Church Treasurers & Addresses 

Woman's Missionary Union 78 

Directors and Addresses 



YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 



Directory of the Association 
1980-1982 

Moderator - Rev. Gerald Goodwin, 2703 Holloway Street, Durham 27703, 596-7350 
Vice Moderator - Travis Clements, Sr., 3205 Sprunt Street, Durham 27705, 383-1218 
Clerk - John M. Deeds, 1804 Glendale Avenue, Durham 27701, 682-6069 
Treasurer - Mrs. W.A. Godwin, Rt. 2, Box 386, Chapel Hill 27514, 383-4244 
Parliamentarian - Bruce Little, 3707 Esther Drive, Durham 27703, 596-7750 
Pastors at Large - Rev. Crate Jones, P.O. Box 1 1296, Durham 27703, 596-6430 
Rev. Robert McClernon, P.O. Box 3058, Durham 27705, 688-1366 

General Board Members 
The Baptist State Convention 

Rev. Julian Motley, 3315 E. Geer Street, Durham 27703, 688-3947 
Dr. James Murphy, 6900 Garrett Road, Durham 27707, 493-1809 



Employees 

Interim Director, Dr. Garland Hendricks, 329 Woodland Avenue, Wake Forest 27587 
556-3557 

Admin. Director - Mrs. Ralph L. Bassett, Rt. 7, Box 247-A, Durham 27707, 489-4951 
Secretary - Mrs. Dallas H. Norris, 4306 David Street, Durham 27704, 477-5551 
Bookkeeper - Mrs. Bryce Bates, 4501 Myers Park Drive, Durham 27705, 383-3197 
Camp Caretaker - Mrs. George Funderburk, Rt. 6, Box 181 -A, Durham 27703, 596-3396 
Associational Office - 2821 Chapel Hill Road, Durham, N.C. 27707, 489-3396 



Board Members 

The Association Board consists of the officers of the association, directors of the 
Sunday School, Church Training, Woman's Missionary Union, Music, Brotherhood, 
TACMO, the chairman of each of the Standing Committee, the Director of Missions, 
each active pastor and two lay members of the State General Board from our 
Association and the B.S.U. Directors of Duke University and the University of North 
Carolina shall be invited to sit with the Associational Board in an advisory capacity. 
Listed below are the lay members elected by the churches: 

Churches Names Addresses 



Angier Avenue Paul E. Watkins 2424 S. Alston Ave. 27703 

Claiborne Ross 109 N. Guthrie St. 27703 

Bells M/M James Horton Rt. 3, Apex 27502 

Berea M/M Jay Fogleman 1811 Dial Dr. 277 1 3 

Bethesda B.C. Little 3707 Ester Dr. 27703 

Braggtown Ralph Cooke 2423 W. Club Blvd. 27705 

Frank Nelson 447 Continental Dr. 27712 
—5— 



1982 ANNUAL OF THE 


Churches 


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Addresses 




Calvary 


Mrs. Emma Daniel 


619 Lynn Rd. 


27703 




James Hutchins 


915 Lynn Rd. 


27703 


Carrboro 








Cedar Fork 


Ray Proctor 


Rt. 1, Box 222, Morris ville 


27560 




Hubert C. Green 


Rt. 1, Box 246, Morrisville 


27560 


Cheek Heights 


C.H. Shelton 


1004 E. Club Blvd. 


27704 




Ira Pate 


1111 Midland Terrace 


27704 


Cresset 








Durham Memorial 


Lawrence Green 


3537 Gibson Rd. 


27703 




Ray Watson 


2505 Ross Rd. 


27703 


Ebenezer 


Selvin Snead 


2716 Little River Rd. 








Hillsborough 


27278 




Frank Pendergraph 


Rt. 2, Box519-A 


27705 


Edgemont 


Rone Davis 


2718 Ashe St. 


27703 




Mrs. Dorothy Morris 


1304 E. Main St. 


27703 


Ephesus 


M/M Thomas Smith 


Rt. 7, Box 307-A 


27707 


Faith 








Farrington Road 


Jesse Moye 


1603 Ephesus Ch. Rd. 








Chapel Hill 


27514 


Fieldcrest 








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M/M Floyd Rhodes 


3305 Dixon Rd. 


27707 


Gorman 


T.C. King 


520 Bywood Dr. 


27712 




Jim Cope 


3601 Westminister Ave. 


27704 


Grace 


Gary Carver 


4012 Chaucer Dr. 


27705 




George Love 


Box 1355 


27702 


Grey Stone 


Mrs. John Freeman 


1436 Acadia St. 


27701 




Carl Wallace 


2713 Lawndale Ave. 


27705 


Guess Road 


W.T. Harris 


1918 Darmouth St. 


27705 




Ellis E. Berry, St. 


2717 Carver St. 


27705 


Holloway Street 


M/M C.T. Council 


511 Spruce St. 


27703 


Homestead Heights 


Mrs. Ray Rogers 


2538 Fairlawn St. 


27705 




Mrs. Mary E. Whaley 


1516Kirkwood Dr. 


27705 


Hope Valley 


M/M Jesse Parrish 


Rt. 3, Box 278 


27713 


Immanuel 


Dan deRoeck 


5309 Fairoaks Rd. 


27712 




Wallace Long 


5030 Raintree Rd. 


27712 


Lakewood 


Mrs. Robert E. Smith 


1710 Bedford St. 


27707 




M.S. Lougee 


1608 Ward St. 


27707 


Lowe's Grove 


Frank Shipp 


3934 S. Alston Ave. 


27713 




J.M. Barringer 


5808 Lake Elton Rd. 


27713 


Lystra 


John A. Oldham 


Rt. 7, Box 571 A 








Chapel Hill 


27514 


Mt. Carmel 


Miss Margery Blackwood 


Rt. 7, Box 309, Chapel Hill 


27514 




Mrs. Ralph Blackwood 


Rt. 7, Box 663, Chapel Hill 


27514 


Mt. Gilead 


Mrs. Rupert Bynum 


Pittsboro 


27312 




Mrs. Roy Clark 


Pittsboro 


27312 


Mt. Hermon 


Archie Daniel 


Rt. 2, Box 660, Chapel Hill 


27514 




Mrs. Mary Cash 


Rt. 1, Box 208 


27705 


Mt. Moriah 


Troy Wilkins 


Rt. l,Mt. Sinai Rd. 


27705 




Robert Gooch 


2012 WaWa Ave. 


27707 


Mt. Pisgah 


J.E. Booth 


Rt. 3, Box 240 


27713 




Clyde Farrell 


Rt. 3, Apex 


27502 


Olive Branch 


Everette Lynn 


Rt. 6, Box 238 


27703 



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628 Lynn Rd. 


27703 


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838 Glenco Rd. 


27703 


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Ravmond T ester 


123 Chateau Rd. 


27704 




David Odom 


101 Higbee St. 


27704 




Tames Raffffett 


1434 Sedwick Rd. 


27713 


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Mrs. George Preddy 


Rt. 5, Box 474 


27704 




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Rt. 5, Box 685A 


27704 


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Ridgecrest 


Wayne Alford 


Rt. 1, Box 2600, Hillsborough 27278 




J.B. Cash 


217 Midland Rd. 


27712 


Rose of Sharon 


Bryant Scott 


3141 Rose of Sharon Rd. 


27712 




Talmadge Lassiter 


3751 Hermine Street 


27705 



Temple M/M Linwood McCullers 1 12 E. Maynard Ave. 27704 

Trinity GaryCarr 1703 Jester Rd. 27703 

Owen McCormick 9 Hamilton Ave. 27703 

University 
Watts Street 

Westwood Walter Eakes 1210 Carolina St. 27705 

W.J.Peters 607 Candlewood PI. 27704 

Yates EarlEarp 3210 Chapel Hill Rd. 27707 

Norman Goss 281 1 Devon Rd. 27707 



Sunday School Officers 

General Director - Rev. Wallace Fowler, P.O. Box 2686, Durham 27705, (ch) 286-2281 



ASSIST 

(Associational Sunday School Improvement Support Team) 

Mrs. Irene Bagwell, 414 Cleveland Street, Durham 27701, (ch) 688-7308 
Rev. Wofford Boyd, Rt. 7, Box 287, Durham 27707, (ch) 489-4483 
Rev. Harold Craig, 807 W. Chapel Hill Street, Durham 27701, (ch) 688-7397 
Mrs. Darlene Harrill, 1415 Holloway Street, Durham 27703, (ch) 688-471 1 
Mrs. Bonnie O'Briant, 2631 Barwick Drive, Durham 27704, 688-7429 
Mrs. Janet Whitaker, P.O. Box 156, Carrboro 27510, (ch) 967-3056 
Rev. Phil Wiggins, 1914 S. Miami Blvd., Durham 27703, (ch) 596-2158 



Church Training Officers 

Director - Miss Nannie Mae Herndon, Rt. 3, Box 154, Durham 27713, 544-1859 
Adult Director - Mrs. Ralph Stanhope, 1706 Stacy Drive, Durham 27712, 477-0898 
Youth Director - Mark Moser, 1003 E. Main Street, Durham 27701, (ch) 682-3251 
Children's Dir. - Mrs. Harold Craig, 2519 Wilbon Street, Durham 27704, 471-4688 
Preschool Dir. - Mrs. Darlene Harrill, 420 Idlewood, Durham 27703, 596-3031 
Equipping Center Director - Rev. Harold Craig, 807 W. Chapel Hill Street 27701 
(ch) 688-7397 

Survival (New Member) - Rev. Robert Weatherly, Rt. 7, Box 182, Durham 27707 
(ch) 489-3425 

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1982 ANNUAL OF THE 



TACMO Officers 

(The Associational Church Media Organization) 

President - Mrs. B. Wilson Crabtree, Rt. 1, Box 347-A, Bahama 27503, 477-4521 
Vice Pres. - Mrs. Ray Corn, 231 Latta Road, Durham 27712, 477-2987 
Technical Processes - Mrs. Ralph Clements, P.O. Box 135, Bahama 27503, 477-3484 
Program Chairman - Mrs. W. Alvis Crabtree, 205 Midland Road, Durham 27712, 
477-4660 

Secretary - Mrs. W.C. Ellis, 4904 Lockhaven Drive, Durham 27712, 477-4300 
Media Education Director - Mrs. John Freeman, 1436 Acadia Street, Durham 27701, 
682-7154 



Woman's Missionary Union Officers 

Director, Mrs. Dorothy Hicks, 1308 Ed Cook Road 27703, 596-7232 

Asst. WMU Dir. - Mrs. Bryce Bates, 4501 Myers Park Dr. 27705, 383-3197 

Baptist Women Director - Mrs. Richard Davis, 703 Newsome Street, 27704, 471-1049 

Asst. BW Dir. - Mrs. Earl Smith, 8206 Lowell Valley Dr., Bahama 27503, 471-4391 

BYW Director - Mrs. Merle Edmonds, 716 Lynn Road 27703, 596-5278 

Asst. BYW Dir. - Mrs. Melvin Clark,Rt. 4, Box 202B, Pittsboro 27312, 542-3878 

Asst. Acteens Dir. - Mrs. Roger Wall, 3405 Cheek Road, 27704, 688-7482 

Girls in Action Dir. - 

Asst. GA Director - Mrs. Linda Wilson, 730 Harold Drive, 27705, 477-8492 
Mission Friends Dir. - Mrs. Charles Rutt, 4109 Guess Road 27712, 477-3857 
Asst. MF Director - Mrs. Ruth Preddy, Rt. 5, Box 474, 27704, 682-2305 
Mission Action Dir. - 

Sec. /Treas. /Historian - Mrs. Clara Ann Martin, 910 Lorain Ave. 27704, 477-3987 
Group I Leader - Ms. Gloria Welch, 202 W. Rockway Ave. 27704, 477-3336 
Group II Leader - Mrs. Jean Tripp, Rt. 3, Box 28, Pittsboro 27312, 542-3808 
Group III Leader - Mrs. Ernest Greene, 21 1 Chateau Road, 27704, 477-4976 
Group IV Leader - Mrs. Dorothy Womack, 426 Southland, 27703, 596-6665 
Chorister - Mrs. CO. Couch, 4813 West Hills Drive 27705, 477-4976 
Pianist - Ms. Martha Thomas, 1509 Turner Street 27703, 596-6665 



Brotherhood Officers 

Director - J. Edwin Couch, Rt. 1, Box 313, Morrisville 27560, 544-7014 

Royal Ambassador Director - Bryce Bates, 4501 Myers Park Drive 27703, 383-3197 



Senior Adult Officers 

President - Mrs. Floyd Rhodes, 3305 Dixon Road 27707, 489-3509 

1st Vice-President - Mrs. Helen Mumford, 1 108 Raynor Street 27703, 682-2465 

2nd Vice-President - Robert Goodwin, 1810 Bethesda Ave. 27703, 596-3366 

& Program Chm. 
Secretary - Mrs. R.T. Strange, 2807 E. Geer Street 27704, 688-6088 
Treasurer - Mrs. L.L. Husketh, 3849 Shoccoree Drive 27705, 383-4633 

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Singles Over 50 Officers 

President - Claiborne Ross, 109 N. Guthrie Avenue, Durham 27703, 596-5191 
Vice-President - Mrs. Inez Ferguson, 1506 Oakland Avenue, Durham 27705, 286-2704 
Program Chm. - Mrs. Darlene Harrell, 420 Idlewood Street, Durham 27703, 596-3031 
Secretary & Treasurer - Miss Bessie Mann, 2025 So Hi Drive, Durham 27703, 596-8857 

Singles 30-50 Officers 

President - Mrs. Dot Hicks, 1308 Ed Cook Road, Durham 27703, 596-7232 
Vice-President and Program Chairman - Ms. Becky High, 1618 N. Duke Street, Durham 
27701,688-1105 

Secretary & Treasurer - Gary Carr, 1703 Jester Road, Durham 27703, 544-1415 
Outreach Leader - Ms. Sandra Carver, 1422 Colewood Drive, Durham 27705, 383-2461 



Laubach Literacy Program 

Director - Mrs. Mary Whaley, 1516 Kirkwood Drive, Durham 27705, 477-4451 



Music Council 

Director - Hugh O'Shields, 1914 S. Miami Blvd., Durham 27703, (ch) 596-2158 



1982-83 Committees 

Annual Meeting 

(83) Rev. Crate Jones, chm., Box 1 1296, Durham 27703, (ch) 596-6430 

(84) Rev. Carl Herweyer, P.O. Box 15022, Durham 27704, (ch) 477-6440 

(85) Rev. Wofford Boyd, Rt. 7, Box 287, Durham 27707, (ch) 489-4483 

Audit Committee 

(83) Garland Weathers, chm. 1712 Hillcrest Drive, Durham 27705, 286-1531 

(84) Jim Trent, 2223 Elmwood Avenue, Durham, 27707, 489-2490 

(85) Fred Rhodes, Jr., 1 121 Shady Lane, Durham 27712, 477-0682 

Calendar 

(83) Mrs. Dana Kelly, chm., Rt. 3, Box 272-A, Durham, 27713, 544-3295 

(84) J. Linwood Tew, 706 Frazier Street, Durham 27704, 477-4617 

(85) Mrs. Alice Bates, 4501 Myers Park Drive, Durham 27705, 383-3197 

Camp 

(84) Rev. Ernest Ferrell, chm., 1914 S. Miami Blvd., Durham, (ch) 596-2441 
(83) George Ray, Rt. 6, Box 321, Durham 27703, 596-7304 

(83) Doug Porterfield, 3128 Gibson Road, Durham 27703, 596-2055 

(84) Rev. Bob Duncan, Rt. 5, Box 688, Durham 27704, (ch) 682-2591 

(85) Rev. Richard Chorley, P.O. Box 3003, Durham 27705, (ch) 688-1366 
(85) George Love, 1018 Gloria Avenue, Durham 27705, 682-2553 

(85) Harold Rumfelt, 123 Olive Branch Road, Durham 27703, (ch) 596-8907 

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1982 ANNUAL OF THE 



Christian Life 

(85) Rev. Jerry Harper, chm., Rt. 1, Box 388, Durham 27705, (ch) 383-2982 

(83) Rev. Everette Smith, 2100 Chapel Hill Road, Durham 27707, (ch) 489-2537 

(84) Richard Davis, 2500 Acadia Street, Durham 27704, (ch) 477-7497 

(84) Mrs. Beth Upchurch, 1913 Glendale Avenue, Durham 27701, 682-4955 

(85) Rev. Larry Wilson, Rt. 7, Box 224, Chapel 27514, (ch) 933-8565 

Community Ministries 

(84) Rev. Tobie P. Stone, Jr., chm., Rt. 2, Box 422-A, Durham 27712, (ch) 383-6668 
(83) Mrs. Vernon Weaver, 3009 Shannon Road, Durham 27707, 489-3925 
(83) Brevard Brown, 122 Argonne Drive, Durham 27704, 471-3712 

(83) Mrs. Gladys Wheeler, 112 Foxcroft Lane, Durham 27713, 544-1 121 

(84) J. Frankie Shipp, 3934 S. Alston Avenue, Durham 27713, 544-2496 

(84) Ernest Love, Rt. 1 , Box 260-AA, Hillsborough 27278, 477-8929 

(85) Mrs. Delores Atkins, 2807 Carver Street, Durham 27705, 477-2994 
(85) Ted Stone, 51 14 Pine Trail, Durham 27712, 477-1581 

(85) Ervin Breedlove, 1822 Forest Road, Durham 27705, 286-7232 

Constitution 

(84) A.B. Stone, chm., 2700 Bexley Avenue, Durham 27707, 489-6433 
(83) Mrs. Early Herndon, 2406 Sparwood Drive, Durham 27705, 383-4854 

(83) Dr. James I. Murphy, 6900 Garrett Road, Durham 27707, (ch) 493-1809 

(84) Francis Walker, 2527 Wilson Street, Durham 27705, 286-2430 

(85) Mrs. Ruby Lee Herndon, 3317 Hope Valley Road, Durham 27707, 383-4854 

Deacons 

(84) Rev. James West, chm., 1204 Lynn Road, Durham 27704, (ch) 596-2592 

(83) Rev. David Moore, 1515 Clermont Road, Durham 27713, (ch) 544-1347 

(85) Mrs. Kathleen Bishop, 2630 Pickett Road, Durham 27707, 489-3875 

Evangelism 

(84) J.T. Craig, 400 Greene Street, Durham 27701, 688-0635 

(83) Jesse Moye, 1603 Ephesus Church Road, Chapel Hill 27514, 942-1945 

(83) Rev. Robert Weatherly, Rt. 7, Box 182, Durham 27707, (ch) 489-3425 

(84) Rev. Mac Bare, 2031 W. Club Blvd., Durham 27705, (ch) 286-1593 

Finance 

(83) Dr. Frank Zedick, chm., 1004 N. Mangum Street, Durham 27701, (ch) 688-6765 

(83) William Mitchell, 261 1 Kamis Street, Durham 27707, 489-2684 

(84) Rev. Everette Smith, 2100 Chapel Hill Road, Durham 27707, (ch) 489-2537 

(84) Chris Hamlet, 917 Englewood Avenue, Durham 27705, 682-3572 

(85) A.C. Sorrell, 3107 Cornwall Road, Durham 27705, 489-5141 

(85) Rev. Forest Gale, 1003 E. Main Street, Durham 27701, (ch) 682-3251 

Mrs. W.A. Godwin, Treas., Route 2, Box 386, Chapel Hill 27514, 383-4244 

Future Development 

(83) Rev. Richard Davis, chm., 2500 Acadia Street, Durham 27704, (ch) 477-7497 
(83) 

(84) Dr. David Moore, 1515 Clermont Road, Durham 27713, (ch) 544-1347 

(85) Rev. Jerry Collins, 3707 Garrett Road, Durham 27707, (ch) 489-2655 
(85) Rev. Jimmy Nickelston, Rt. 1, Box 121, Chapel Hill 27514, 544-4438 

Inter-Faith 

(83) Rev. Thomas Downing, chm., P.O. Box 508, Chapel Hill 27514, (ch) 942-2157 

(83) Mrs. Leon Yates, Rt. 7, Box 187, Durham 27707, 489-1517 

(84) Mrs. D.R. Garrett, 503 Everett Place, Durham 27701, 682-5919 

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(85) Mrs. Sue Freeman, 1436 Acadia Street, Durham 27701, 682-7154 
(85) Miss Nannie Mae Herndon, Rt. 3, Box 154, Durham 27713, 544-1859 

Missions 

(84) Rev. Clay Warf, chm., 807 W. Chapel Hill Street, Durham 27701 , (ch) 688-7397 

(83) Marvin Pridgen, 5106 Tudor Place, Durham 27713, 544-3132 

(84) Spurgeon Booth, 416 Monticello Avenue, Durham 27707, 489-9981 

(84) Rev. Vernon Sparrow, Rt. 7, Box 665, Chapel Hill 27514, 933-8601 

(85) Rev. Charles Harris, 414 Cleveland Street, Durham 27701, (ch) 688-7308 
(85) Eugene Robertson, 1505 Blount Street, Durham 27707, 489-1521 

(85) Mrs. James Murphy, Rt. 3, Box 276-A, Durham 27713, 544-3966 

Nominations 

(85) Rev. Malbert Smith, chm., P.O. Box 2686, Durham 27705, (ch) 286-2281 
(83) Mrs. Sue Freeman, 1436 Acadia Street, Durham 27701 , 682-7154 

(83) Mrs. A.N. Gale, 626 Hammond Street, Durham 27704, 477-5320 

(84) Mrs. Otis King, 1825 Forest Road, Durham 27705, 286-4183 

(84) Louis Carver, 1211 W. Cornwallis Road, Durham 27707, 489-5240 

(85) Mrs. Billie Garris, 227 Chateau Road, Durham 27704, 477-3286 

(85) Mrs. Ruby Mae Laverty, 1508 Sycamore Street, Durham 27707, 489-4081 

Ordinations 

(84) Rev. Larry Harper, chm., 4007 Holt School Road, Durham 27704, (ch) 477-3859 
(83) Rev. Robert Clegg, 4430 S. Alston Avenue, Durham 27713, (ch) 544-1888 

(83) Rev. John Freeman, 1437 Acadia Street, Durham 27701, 682-7154 

(84) Rev. Aubrey Quakenbush, 5214 Hillsborough Road, Durham 27705, 383-1657 

(85) Rev. Fred Williams, Rt. 1, Box 229, Morrisville 27560, 544-4019 

Place and Preacher 

(93) Rev. Charles Rutt, chm., 4103 Guess Road, Durham 27712, (ch) 477-3993 

(84) Rev. Lawrence Knott, 2710 Sparger Road, Durham 27705, 383-3653 

(85) Mrs. Christine Ferrell, 1829 Front St., Apt. D-3, Durham 27705, 383-1333 

Radio and TV 

(83) Rev. Bill Brogden, chm., P.O. Box 2686, Durham 27705, (ch) 286-2281 

(84) Rev. Julian Motley, 3315 E. Geer Street, Durham 27704, (ch) 688-3947 

(85) Bryce Bates, 4501 Myers Park Drive, Durham 27705, 838-3197 

Resolutions 

(83) Rev. A.D. Frazier, chm., 4214 Lumley Road, Durham 27703, 596-7017 

(84) Mrs. Hubert Mumford, 1 108 Raynor Street, Durham 27703, 682-2465 

(85) Mrs. Sam Dennis, 4010 Cole Mill Road, Durham 27712, 383-1117 

Student Work 

(83) Rev. Robert Tyson, Rt. 7, Box 152, Chapel Hill 27514, (ch) 933-6324 

(84) Robert S. Smart, #16 Beaver Place, Durham 27705, 383-8883 
(84) 

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(85) David Stricklin, 2813 Shenandoah, Durham 27704, 471-6974 
(85) Mrs. John Clayton, 1208 Evans Drive, Durham 27707, 489-9514 

Trustees 

(83) T.O. Perry, chm., 1502 Washington Street, Durham 27701, 682-2836 

(84) Jesse T. Cole, 2938 Chapel Hill Road, Durham 27707, 489-1841 

(85) W.W. Edwards, 3810 Dover Road, Durham 27707, 489-5122 

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1982 ANNUAL OF THE 



Youth Advisory 

(83) Rev. Fulton Hartzog, chm., Box 1 1296, Durham 27703, (ch) 596-6430 
(83) Mrs. James Harris, Rt. 4, Box 387-A, Durham 27703, 596-5185 

(83) Richard Vinson, 939 Lambeth Circle, Durham 27705, 383-3080 

(84) Mary Long, 907 Dacian Avenue, Durham 27701, 682-2072 

(84) Pat Hilliard, 37 Hawthorne Drive, Durham 27712, 383-2734 

(85) Miss Gena Overbey, 3615 Randolph Road, Durham 27705, 493-5138 
(85) 



1982-83 Tentative Calendar 

Association State and Convention 



October 1982 

2 Singles Over 50 

2 Youth/Music Concert 

7 Education/Staff Meeting 

9 Singles 30-50 

1 1 Ministers' Conference 

12 Associational Board Meeting 

1 8 Metro Clinic - Preparation 

Meeting 

1 9 WMU Council Meeting 
25-26 Associational Annual Meeting 
3 1 Youth Council Meeting 



1 -2 Crusader Overnight Camp-Caraway 
3 North Carolina Missions Offering 

received in churches 
4-6 Evangelism Leadership Conference 

Caraway 

6 Cooperative Program Emphasis in 

the Churches 
8-9 All-age Sunday School Worker Con 

vention-Caraway 
8-9 RA Counselor Campcraft Training 

Caraway 

11-13 Senior Adult Retreat-Caraway 
13-15 Senior Adult Retreat-Caraway 
15-16 Area- wide Deacons' Training 
15-17 Family Camping Weekend-Caraway 
15-16 RA Crusader Overnight Camp- 
Caraway (Grades 4-6) 
15-16 Young Baptist Women Convention- 

Ridgecrest 
18-19 Church Secretary's Seminar- 
Caraway 

21- 22 Pastor/Music Director Workshop- 

Caraway 

22- 24 Family Camping Weekend-Caraway 
22-23 RA Pioneer Officers Training- 
Caraway 

29-30 Baptist Young Women's Convention- 
Ridgecrest 

30 Children's Choir Festival/workshop 
Greensboro 

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YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 



Association 



State and Convention 



November 1982 

1 Baptist Women's Day of Prayer 

2 Mission Friends Leader Event 
4 Education/Staff Meeting 

6 Crusader Car Competition/Mission 
Fair 

6 The Associational Church Media 

Organization Meeting 
6 Singles Over 50 

8 Church/Convention Leadership 

Dialogue 

9 "Equipping Disciples thru Train- 

ing "-Church Training Seminar 
1 1 Senior Adults Meeting 
12-13 Laubach Literacy Workshop 
13 Singles 30-50 
14-17 Foreign Mission Study 
15 Ministers' Conference 
19 GA Mother /Daughter Banquet 
25 Thanksgiving 
28 Youth Council Meeting 
29-Dec. 1 Waylon Moore Discipleship 

Seminar 

28-Dec. 5 Week of Prayer for Foreign 
Missions and Lottie Moon 
Christmas Offering 



1 -7 Royal Ambassador Week in the 
Churches 

8-12 Singing Churchmen-West Virginia 

Mission Tour 
13-14 Baptist Men's Convention- 

Fayetteville 
15-17 Baptist State Convention- 

Fayetteville 
19-20 Literacy Workshops-Caraway 



22 
25 
28 

Dec. 



"M" Night-SBC 
Thanksgiving Day 

5 Week of Prayer for Foreign 
Missions and Lottie Moon 
Christmas Offering 



December 1982 

Nov. 28 

5 Week of Prayer for Foreign 
Missions and Lottie Moon 
Christmas Offering 

2 Educational/Staff Meeting 

4 Singles Over 50 

11 Ministers' Conference 

25 Christmas 



Nov. 28 

5 Week of Prayer for Foreign 
Missions and Lottie Moon 
Christmas Offering 

25 Christmas 

26 Student Day at Christmas 

(Youth and Campus Ministries) 



January 1983 

1 New Year's Day 
3-7 Bible Study Week 
10 Ministers' Conference 

1 7 Church Training Executive 

Committee 

1 8 Metro Clinic Preparation Meeting 

23 Baptist Men's Day 

24 Youth Council Ski Trip 
24 W . M . U . Council Meeting 
30 Youth Council Meeting 



1 New Year's Day 
7-8 Home Mission Teacher Training 
Caraway 

13-14 New Pastor Orientation - Raleigh 
17-19 Clergy Couples Marriage Enrichment 
Retreat 

21-22 Lay Witness Annual Meeting- 
Caraway 

23 Baptist Men's Day in the Churches 
25-26 General Board Meeting - Caraway 
28-29 Associational Bold Growth Training- 

ing (Enablers) - Caraway 
3 1 -Feb. 1 Sunday School Teach/Win/ 

Develop Clinics, West 



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1982 ANNUAL OF THE 





Association 




State and Convention 


February 1983 






2 


Education/Staff Meeting 


3-4 


Sunday School Teach/Win/Develop 


5 


TACMO Meeting 




Clinics, East 


7 


Mission Friends Leaders Share 


7-8 


Statewide Evangelism Conference - 




Shop 




Greensboro 


10 


Senior Adults 


10-12 


"Understanding" books faculty 


12 


Singles 30-50 




training institutes (Inter- 


14 


Ministers' Sweetheart Banquet 




program) 


15 


Associational Board Meeting 


15 


Area Doctrine Training Seminar - 


17 


Baptist Women Meeting 




Raleigh 


20-23 Home Mission Study 


18-20 


NC Baptist Men's Board Meeting - 


22 


Mission Friends Leaders Share 




Caraway 




Shop - snow date for Feb. 7 


14 


Valentine's Day 


25-27 Senior Retreat - Caraway 


18-19 


Youth Handbell Festivals 


27 


Youth Council 


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28 


Metro Clinic Preparation Meeting 


25-27 


High School Seniors Retreat - 








Caraway 


March 1982 






1 


Sunday School Rally 


3-4 


VBS Clinics (Associational teams) 


3 


Education/Staff Meeting 




Piedmont 


5 


Associational Brotherhood 


4-5 


State Youth Choir Festival/Workshop 




Breakfast 


6-13 


Week of Prayer for Home Missions 


5 


Singles Over 50 


7-11 


MasterLife Seminar - Caraway 


6-13 


Week of Prayer for Home Missions 


7-12 


Youth Week - SBC 




and Annie Armstrong Easter 


11-12 


Language Missions Conference - 




Offering 




Caraway 


12 


Singles 30-50 


12 


Youth Night - SBC 


14 


Ministers' Conference 


14-15 


Regional Adult Choir Festivals 


14 


Church Training - Pastors' 


17-19 


Youth Ministry Workshop /Fellowship 




interpretation Banquet 




Caraway 


13-20 Youth Week 


18-19 


Weekday Early Education Workshop - 


19 


Associational Baptist Youth 




Central 




Night 


18-19 


WMU Annual Session - Asheville 


27 


Youth Council Meeting 


19 


Children's Choir Festival/Workshop 






21-25 


God Called Ministry Seminar - 








Caraway - Christian Life Com. 






25-27 


Statewide Pioneer RA Congress 


April 


1982 






2 


Singles Over 50 


1 


Good Friday 


3 


Easter 


3 


Easter 


4-5 


Associational Youth Retreat - 


8-9 


Library /Media Conference - 




(tentative) 




Asheville 


7 


Education/Staff Meeting 


11-13 


NC Baptist Music Conference - 


9 


Singles 30-50 




Caraway 


11 


Ministers' Conference 


15-17 


State Acteens Convention - 


12 


WMU Annual Meeting 




Ridgecrest 


16-24 Metro Enlargement Clinic 


16 


Regional Children's Choir 


23 


RA Track Meet 




Festivals 


24 


Youth Council Meeting 


16-24 


Raleigh-Durham Metro Enlargement/ 


25 


WMU Council Meeting 




Training Campaigns 






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YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 



Association State and Convention 

30 RA Track Meet (Raindate) 17 Cooperative Program Day 

18-22 Baptist Doctrine Studies - SBC 

21- 23 Preschool and Children's Workers' 

Seminar - Caraway 

22- 23 Youth Convention 

25-29 Disciple Youth Seminar - Caraway 
(Church Training & Evangelism) 

29-30 High School Athletes Evangelism 
Clinic - Greensboro 

30 Interfaith Equipping Seminar - 
Caraway 



May 1983 

1 -8 Doctrinal Study Week 
2-3 VBS Clinics 
5 Education/Staff Meeting 
7 TACMO 

7 Singles Over 50 

8 Mother's Day 

9 Ministers' Conference 

9-1 1 Key Leadership Conference - 
Ridgecrest 

12 Senior Adults 

1 3 Children's & Youth Bible 

Drill Elimination - Bethesda 

14 Mission Friends Coffee 
14 Singles 30-50 

17 Associational Board Meeting 
23 Church Training Executive Com. 
Meeting 

23 Annual Brotherhood Planning 
Meeting 

28 Youth Council Schools Out Picnic 

29 Youth Council Meeting 



June 1983 

2 Education/Staff Meeting 
4 Associational Sunday School 

Picnic 
4 Singles Over 50 
11 Singles 30-50 
13 Ministers Conference 
14-16 Southern Baptist Convention - 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 
19 Father's Day 

26 Baptist Young Women Personal 
Witnessing Workshop 



5-6 State Senior Adult Rally - 

Greensboro 
9-1 1 Key Leadership Conference - 

Ridgecrest 
13-14 BYW Retreat - Mundo Vista 
13-14 State RA Track Meet 
13-15 Teachers' & Interpreters' 

Conference - Caraway 
16-22 Associational Emphasis Week 
16-20 Senior Adult Conferences 
20-21 Area Church Training Tournaments 

(Children's Bible Drill/Youth 

Speakers' Tournament - 

Goldsboro) 
20-21 Statewide Correctional Ministries 

Conference 

2 1 Tri-state RA Track Meet 

24-25 General Board Meeting 

27-28 Area Church Training Tournaments 
(Children's Bible Drill/Youth 
Speakers' Tournament - 
Asheboro) 



5 World Hunger Emphasis - Month of 
June 

1 3 Camp Caraway opens for boys 
14-16 Southern Baptist Convention - 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 
20 Mundo Vista opens 
27- July 2 Children's Choir Camp - 

Caswell 



July 1983 

2 Singles Over 50 3 Christian High Adventure begins 

4 Independence Day for boys (6 one-week trips) 



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1982 ANNUAL OF THE 





Association 


State and Convention 


7 


Education/Staff Meeting 


Pioneer & RA backpacking in 


9 


Singles 30-50 


Appalachians 


11 


Ministers' Conference 


4 Independence Day 


12 


Associational Board Meeting 


2-8 Church Training Week - Ridgecrest 




(tentative) 


cniiaren s cnoir camp - Mars Hill 


25 


WMU Council Meeting 


18-21 Associational Directors' of 






Missions Conference - Wingate 


August 1983 




4 


Education/Staff Meeting 


10 8.5 Growth Director Training 


6 


TACMO Meeting 


Campaign 


6 


Singles Over 50 


1 3 Youth Evangelism Conference - 


11 


Senior Adults 


Greensboro 


13 


Singles 30-50 


1 5 Interfaith Witness Conference - 


15 


Ministers' Conference 


Morganton 


20 


Parent-Boys Summer FunFest - 


15-16 Music Methods and Materials 




Brotherhood/RA 


Clinic - Raleigh 






15-19 Sunday School Preparation Week 






Readiness Tour 






19-20 Lay Witness Training - Caraway 






22-23 Associational Music Leadership 






Training 






22-24 Equipping for Church Growth 






(age group) - Caraway 






26-27 Statewide Church Brotherhood 






Directors' Conference 






(Pastors & church staff) 






29-30 Associational Music Leadership 






Training - Caraway 


September 1983 




1 


Education/Staff Meeting 


2-3 Foreign Mission Teacher Training - 


3 


Singles Over 50 


Caraway 


5 


Labor Day 


5 Labor Day 


6 


Associational Board Meeting 


9-10 NC Baptist Men s Board Meeting - 




(tentative) 


Caraway 


10 


Singles 30-50 


16-17 Sunday School Leadership Confer- 


12 


Ministers' Conference 


ence - All age groups - Ridge- 


13 


Associational Sunday School 


crest 




Leadership Night 


1 8-20 Regional Brotherhood Workshops an< 


19 


WMU Leadership Conference 


Associational Missions Educa- 


19 


Baptist Men/RA Leadership 


tional Dialogues 




Workshop 


23-24 Sunday School Leadership Confer- 


19 


Church Training Executive 


ences - All age groups - 




Committee Meeting 


Caraway 


24 


GA- Flat River & Yates Assoc. 


27-28 General Board Meeting - Caraway 




Joint Meeting 


28-29 DOM/Convention Staff Meeting - 


25 


Youth Council 


Caraway 






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YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 



Association 



State and Convention 



October 1983 

I Singles Over 50 

6 Ministers' Conference 

I I Associational Board Meeting 
17 WMU Council Meeting 
24-25 Associational Annual Meeting 
30 Youth Council 



3-5 



3-5 



NC Missions Offering received in 

the churches 
Christian Life Conference (Area- 
wide) 

Evangelism Leadership Conference - 
Caraway 

5 Cooperative Program Month emphasis 
10-14 Senior Adult Retreats - Caraway 

Conference Center 
14-15 Area- wide Deacons' Conference - 

Caraway 

14-15 NC Baptist Men's Medical Missions 

Conference - Caraway 
2 1-22 Literacy Conference-Caraway 
28-29 BYW Convention - Ridgecrest 



November 1983 

3 Educational/Staff Meeting 
5 Associational Crusader Car 
Competition/Mission Fair 
5 Singles Over 50 
6- 1 2 Royal Ambassador Week 
10 Senior Adults 
12 Singles 30-50 
14 Ministers' Conference 
20-23 Foreign Mission Study 
21 "M" Night 
24 Thanksgiving 
27 Youth Council 



4 January Bible Study Clinics 

6- 1 3 Royal Ambassador Week in the 

Churches 

7- 11 Area Church Training Adult Seminars 
12-13 NC Baptist Men's Convention 
14-16 Baptist State Convention - 

Greensboro 
19 Crusader RA Congresses - East 
21 "M" Night -SBC 
24 Thanksgiving 



December 1983 



1 

3 

4-11 



10 
12 
25 



Education/Staff Meeting 

Singles Over 50 

Week of Prayer for Foreign 
Missions and Lottie Moon 
Christmas Offering 

Singles 30-50 

Ministers' Conference 

Christmas 



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25 



Week of Prayer for Foreign Missions 
and Lottie Moon Christmas 
Offering 

Christmas 



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Messengers to the Annual Session 

ANGIER AVENUE: Mrs. Marie Deal, Mrs. Vance Fisher, Mrs. Auburn Fowler, M/M 
Leonard Husketh, M/M John Laverty, Mrs. Elizabeth McGhee, Mrs. Harold Pollard, 
Miss Ephna Watts. 

BELLS: Mrs. Sallie Horton, Mrs. Frances Parker, Mrs. Louise Holleman, Mrs. Lois 
Harvard, Mrs. Pam Cash. 

BEREA: Mack Vickers, Juanita Vickers, Mary Ferrell 

BETHESDA: M/M L. Williams, M/M E. Whitaker, M/M D. Williams, Mrs. Betty 
O'Shields, Mrs. Thelma Rigsbee, Mrs. P. Winstead, M/M W. Farrell. 
BRAGGTOWN: Mrs. John Long, C.G. Blackard, M/M Ralph Cooke, Wilson Crab- 
tree, M/M Frank Nelson, Mrs. Gertrude Gardner, Ernest Love. 

CALVARY: M/M Don Christian, M/M Elmer Parker, Everett Boone, Mrs. Magdaline 
West, Mrs. Emma Proctor. 

CEDAR FORK: Mrs. Beatrice Couch, Mrs. Ruth Couch, Mrs. Dorothy Young, Lewis 
Colclough, W.C. Colclough. 

CHEEK HEIGHTS: M/M Vernon Averette, Mrs. Alex Lesperance, Mrs. Nettie 
Lasater, Mrs. Altha Womble, A.L. Pender. 

EBENEZER: Mrs. Jessamine Garrard, Mrs. Betty Garrard, Mrs. Betty O'Dell, Mrs. 
Buffie Parrish, Jerry Johnson, Phil Parrish, John Couch, Mrs. Nancy Couch, Mrs. 
Pam Riley. 

EDGEMONT: B.F. Denning, Mrs. Sis Ellington, Mrs. Jackie Gale, Mrs. Becky 
McKinley, John McKinley, Miss Janet Morris, Mrs. Helen Mumford, Miss Brenda 
Williams. 

EPHESUS: Mrs. B.W. Clark, Mrs. Clyde Hayes, M/M Walter O. King, Curtis R. 
Booker. 

FIELD CREST: Tom Rush and Thomas C. Ellis 

FIRST: Rev. Mel Luther, Mrs. Nell Doris Harris, M/M Dallas Norris, Mrs. Alice Lipe, 
Mrs. C.N. Royal, M/M Jethro Broadwell. 

GORMAN: Wayne Schlink, M/M Herbert Gray, Mrs. J.M. Motley, Mrs. Lynda 
Glenn, Mrs. R.J. Thornton, M/M R. E. Broughton, J.J. Thornton, Rev. J.T. 
Edwards. 

GRACE: Mrs. Cleason S. Dhue, M/M W.W. Edwards, Mrs. George Love, Jr., M/M 
George Owen, M/M T.O. Perry, Mrs. M.O. Tyndall, Mrs. Alvis Warren. 
GREY STONE: J. Wallace Fowler, David Watts, Russell Cawthon, Loren Nichols, 
Jack Rigsbee, Mrs. Malbert Smith, Jr., Mrs. C.L. Agner, Mrs. S.E. Dennis, Mrs. J.E. 
Strawbridge, Mrs. Charles McKinnon. 

HOLLOWAY STREET: Mrs. Gwen Laing, Mrs. Darlene Harrill, M/M Albert 
Gardner, Mrs. Betty Eagle. 

HOPE VALLEY: Mrs. James I. Murphy, Rev. Norman Gossett, Mrs. Dana Kelly. 
IMMANUEL: B.E. Suggs, Mrs. Betty Long, Richard Pool, Mrs. Phyllis Pool, Vernon 
Browning, Mrs. Lillian Browning. 

LAKEWOOD: Fred Crabtree, Inez Crabtree, Oma Lee Smith, Frances Howard, 
Lucille Ward, Ethel Arnold, Rebecca Weaver. 

LYSTRA: Tom Bland, Gerald Oldham, M/M John A. Oldham, Mrs. Jessie Romeyn, 
Rev. Robert Tyson. 

MT. GILEAD: D.G. Hatley, Mrs. Roy Morris, Mrs. E.M. Carpenter, Mrs. M.R. 
Clark, Mrs. V.C. Kilpatrick. 

MOUNT HERMON: Mae Couch, Aubrey Quakenbush, Marvin Couch, Mamie Walsh, 
Mildred Sprouse, Gladys Smith, Francis Dorrity. 

MT. MORIAH: Clyde Carroll, Ethel Crabtree, Betty Gooch, Myrtle Wilkins, James 
Wilkins. 

MT. PISGAH: Ralph Lawrence, Fallie Farrell, Marie Booth, Mack Sears, Jasmer 
Sears. 

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OLIVE BRANCH: M/M George Ray, Mrs. W.L. Currin, Mrs. H.L. Rumfelt, Mrs. 
Cleo Martin. 

PAGE ROAD: W.W. Stinnett, O.C. Mitchell, Mrs. Carolyn Bergquist, Mrs. Loma 
Fox, A.D. Frazier, Mark Beasley. 

PLAINVIEW: Mrs. Lora Griffin, Mrs. Pat Rigsbee, Mrs. Doris Gardner, Mrs. Jean 
Gunter. 

RED MOUNTAIN: Mrs. Barbara Hall, Mrs. Coral Hall, Mr. Connie Weaver, Mrs. 
Grace Weaver, Mrs. Lois Gates, Mrs. Ola Robertson, William Crabtree, Mrs. Nancy 
Crabtree, Phillip Ellis, A.M. Hall, Wade Ellis, Mrs. Garnet Ellis. 
RIDGECREST: Mrs. Kathryn Oakley, Mrs. Josephine Coates, Mrs. Sue Cronin, 
Dennis Parker, Mrs. Penny Gruber, Mrs. Dot Moore, Bernie Berry, Mrs. Ann Garner, 
Larry Taylor. 

ROSE OF SHARON: Boyd Browning, Mrs. Boyd Browning, Erwin Dillehay, Jesse 
Evans, William Garrard, Pete Overton. 

TEMPLE: M/M C.W. Ethridge, Rev. and Mrs. Harold Craig, Mrs. Larry Bumgarner, 
Mrs. Marguerite Ward, Mrs. Kenneth Brewer, Mrs. Henry Jessup, Mrs. Daryl Poe, 
E.B. Weatherspoon. 

TRINITY: Mrs. Artelia Wood, Mrs. Minnie Hilliard, James Harris, Mrs. Arlene 
Harris, Charles Owens. 

WATTS STREET: Chris Hamlet, M/M P.B. Cole, Fred Herndon, Nannie Mae 
Herndon, M/M Bill Upchurch, M/M John McDevitt, Jean Wright, Dick Corley, M/M 
Bill Munn. 

WESTWOOD: Mrs. O.L. Riggs, Mrs. Edna P. Johnson, Mrs. Walter Eakes, M/M J. 
Linwood Tew. Irvin Breedlove. Sr. 

WEST DURHAM: Ms. Miriam Ricks, Lee E, Jones and Mrs. Maurine Jones. 
YATES: Sarah Harvey, Barry Harvey, Rosemary Cumbie, Tom Newbolt, Karol 
Newbolt, Norman Goss, Karl Earp, Louise Earp. 



Constitution 

Revised 1981 
Article I. NAME 

This body shall be known as the Yates Baptist Association of North Carolina. 

Article II. PURPOSE 

The purpose of this Association shall be to provide a convenient and orderly means 
for the extension of the ministry of the cooperating Baptist Churches in Durham 
County and adjacent territories which support the programs of the Baptist State 
Convention and the Southern Baptist Convention. 

Article III. ARTICLES OF FAITH 

The confession of faith of this Association shall be the "Baptist Faith and Message" 
with its five-point statement of the historic Baptist conception of the nature and 
function of confessions of faith in our religious and denominational life as adopted by 
the Southern Baptist Convention in 1963 at Kansas City. 

(Five-Point Statement from "The Baptist Faith and Message") 



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(1) That they constitute a concensus of opinion of some Baptist body, large or small, 
for the general instruction and guidance of our own people and others concerning those 
articles of the Christian faith which are most surely held among us. They are not 
intended to add anything to the simple conditions of the salvation revealed in the New 
Testament, viz, repentance towards God and faith in Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord. 

(2) That we do not regard them as complete statements of our faith, having any 
quality of finality of infallibility. As in the past so in the future Baptists should hold 
themselves free to revise their statements of faith as may seem to them wise and 
expedient at any time. 

(3) That any group of Baptists, large or small, have the inherent right to draw up for 
themselves and publish to the world a confession of their faith whenever they may think 
it advisable to do so. 

(4) That the sole authority for faith and practice among Baptists is the Scriptures of 
the Old and New Testaments. Confessions are only guides in interpretation, having no 
authority over the conscience. 

(5) That they are statements of religious convictions, drawn from the Scriptures, and 
are not to be used to hamper freedom of thought or investigation in other realms of life. 

Article IV. MEMBERSHIP 

Section 1 . This Association in session shall be composed of duly elected messengers 
from cooperating Baptist churches in Durham County and adjacent territories and the 
regular elected offices of the Association and members of the Associational Board which 
are in agreement with the purpose as stated in Article II. When not in session this 
Association shall be comprised of its member churches which shall elect members to the 
Associational Board in Accordance to Article X. 

Section 2. Each church shall be represented at the annual meeting of the Association 
and at any special meeting during the year by messengers who shall be duly certified in 
the following ratio: 

(1) Three for the first hundred members or fraction thereof, and one for each 
additional hundred or fraction thereof, provided that the total number of messengers 
shall not exceed ten. 

(2) All pastors of churches of the Association shall be recognized as messengers, in 
addition to those specified above. 

Section 3. Only individuals who are baptized (immersed) believers and members of 
churches of this Association shall be seated as voting messengers at any Associational 
meeting. 

Section 4. Churches seeking to seat messengers in the Association shall apply to the 
Missions Committee prior to the annual meeting of the Association, giving evidence of 
their faith and order and their agreement to be received under watchcare of the 
Association. Upon recommendation of the committee and the approval of the 
Association by a two-thirds majority of the members present and voting, the church or 
churches shall be received under the watchcare of the Association for a period of one 
year. It is understood that during the period of watchcare of the Association such 
churches will be accorded all the services of the Association and all its priviliges with the 
exception of the right to seat voting messengers and to voting representation on the 
Associational Board. At the end of the year of watchcare, the church or churches may, 
by a two-thirds vote of the Association, be received into full fellowship of the Associa- 
tion or continue under watchcare or have the request for fellowhip rejected. Upon ad- 
mission to full fellowship, the church or churches shall be authorized to seat duly elected 
messengers with voting privileges and voting members on the Associational Board. 

Section 5. The Association shall have the power, upon giving notice of nine months 
and by two-thirds majority vote of messengers present and voting, to withdraw fellow- 
ship from any church that shall willfully depart from orthodox principles of the 
Christian religion as taught in the Bible and as believed by Baptists or that fails to 



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represent itself either by messenger of letter at the annual session of the Association 
without sufficient reason, or that fails to support causes fostered by the denomination 
at large and of this Association in particular, or that ceases to be missionary in practice. 

Section 6. Any church may decline to send messengers to the Association at its 
pleasure. Whenever this constitutes a withdrawal of fellowship on the part of the 
church, the Association shall not as a body, or through a representative or 
representatives, seek to restrain by coercion or law the withdrawal action of the church. 

Article V. POWERS AND PREROGATIVES 

The Association, when convened in meeting, shall sit as advisory council, and shall 
have no power to infringe on any of the internal rights of the churches; it may advise 
with cooperating churches and recommend measures of usefulness for their adoption, 
and may claim for itself, its objects, and its recommendations the highest consideration. 

Article VI. ANNUAL REPORTS OF THE CHURCHES 

Each cooperating church shall send annually to the Association a report on the 
Associational Letter which is provided. Only persons who have been baptized by 
immersion may be reported as members on these reports. Said report should reach the 
associational Clerk at least 10 days prior to the annual meeting. 

Article VII. MEETINGS 

Section 1 . The Association shall convene annually during the week after the fourth 
Sunday in October, and may meet with different churches on the two successive days. 

Section 2. The time of the annual meeting may be changed, or special meetings 
called, by the Associational Board upon two weeks notice to the cooperating churches. 

Article VIII. FISCAL YEAR 

The fiscal year of the Association shall begin on January first and end on December 
thirty-first of each year. 

Article IX. OFFICERS AND THEIR DUTIES 

Section 1. The officers of the Association shall be a Moderator, Vice Moderator, 
Clerk, Treasurer, Parliamentarian, and such others as may be authorized by the 
Association. 

Section 2. All officers shall be members of a church affiliated with the Association. 

Section 3. Only persons who have been baptized by immersion shall hold any position 
within the Associational organization. 

Section 4. The officers shall be elected at the annual meeting of the Association, and 
these shall assume their duties at the close of the annual meeting during which they are 
elected and continue until their successors are elected and installed, unless removed for 
cause. Any officer may be elected to succeed himself, except that the Moderator may 
not serve more than two years in succession. 

Section 5. The Moderator shall preside over the annual meeting of the Association 
and begin each session punctually. He shall appoint such committees as may be author- 
ized by the Constitution, or the Association, enforce the rules, preserve order, and 
exercise all prerogatives of a presiding officer according to parliamentary usage, and 
serve as chairman of the Associational Board, and ex-officio member of all standing 
committees. 

Section 6. The Vice Moderator shall discharge the duties of the Moderator in his 
absence. 



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Section 7. The Clerk shall keep a record of the proceedings of the Association, 
superintend the printing and distribution of the Minutes, keep on file the printed 
Minutes and other important papers of the Association. He shall act as secretary of the 
Associational Board. The Clerk shall be entitled to compensation which shall be fixed 
by the Association. He shall obtain and edit the histories of two churches each year to 
be included in the Minutes, and shall maintain an up-to-date history of the Association. 

Section 8. The Treasurer shall receive all monies contributed to the Association, and 
shall make disbursements as authorized by the Association and/or the Associational 
Board and shall make regular reports to the Associational Board and an annual report 
to the Association. 

Section 9. The Parliamentarian shall advise the Moderator on matters of rules of 
order and procedure at the annual sessions and Associational Board meetings. 

Section 10. There shall be three trustees, one elected each year for a three-year term, 
who shall be the representatives of the Association in legal matters, and shall perform 
such other duties as the Association or the Associational Board may prescribe. 

Article X. ASSOCIATIONAL BOARD 

Section 1 . The Associational Board shall consist of the general officers, the leaders of 
the Sunday School, Church Training, Woman's Missionary Union, Brotherhood, 
Music Council, the Associational Church Media Organization, the Chairmen of the 
Standing Committees, the Director of Missions, each active pastor and two lay 
members elected from each member church. The names of the lay members shall be 
duly certified by notifying the Associational Clerk. 

Section 2. The Associational Board shall act for the Association in the interim 
between the annual sessions. It shall carry out the policies and will of the Association as 
so expressed. It shall meet as often as it may elect for the effectual performance of its 
duties. It shall have power to fill vacancies among the officers, committees, and 
organizational workers of the Association and committees of the Associational Board 
that may occur during the year. It shall make a full and complete report of its work at 
each annual meeting of the Association. 

Section 3. The Associational Board shall have an Executive Committee composed of 
the officers, Directors of Brotherhood, Sunday School, Church Training, Woman's 
Missionary Union, Music Council, and The Associational Church Media Organization, 
the chairmen of the Calendar, Camp, Community Ministries, Evangelism, Finance, 
and Missions Committees, two pastors elected at large, and the Director of Missions. 

This committee shall meet periodically between sessions of the Associational Board, 
work to correlate the activities and emphases of the various groups, interpret policy as 
needed by the Director of Missions, and strive for a smooth operation of the Associa- 
tional Program. 

This committee shall employ, with the approval of the Board of the Association, a 
Director of Missions and shall exercise general supervision of his work. The committee 
shall perform such other duties and services as the Board or Association may direct. 
Article XI. FINANCIAL COMMITMENT 

No financial commitment may be undertaken or assumed in the name of or on the 
part of the Association except by a two-thirds vote of members of the Associational 
Board (by whichever body it is being voted on) present and voting. 

Article XII. REVISION 

This Constitution may be revised at any Annual Session of the Association upon 
affirmative vote of two-thirds of the members present and voting, provided the 
proposed revisions shall have been presented in writing to the Associational Board prior 
to the annual meeting, then presented to the Association on the first day of the annual 
meeting with the approval vote being taken on the second day. 



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BY-LAWS 

Article I. COMMITTEES AND THEIR DUTIES 

The Association shall have the standing committees listed below, along with any 
other committees authorized by the Association or the Associational Board. These 
committees shall begin their duties at the close of the Annual Meeting, and shall make 
reports of the work to the Associational Board and/or to the Association. Members of 
the committees shall be selected from the membership of those churches cooperating 
with the Association. 

Members of standing committees shall serve a term of three years. To institute a 
system of rotation and provide for a mntinuing committee, at the 1976 session, one 
member of each three-member committee shall be elected for one year, one member for 
two years, one member for three years, and thereafter each committee member shall be 
elected to serve for three years. In Case of five-member committees, at the 1976 session, 
one member shall be elected for one year, two members for two years, two members for 
three years, and thereafter each member shall be elected to serve for three years. In the 
case of seven-member committees, at the 1976 session, one member shall be elected for 
one year, three members for two years, three members for three years, and thereafter 
each member shall be elected to serve for three years. In the case of nine-member com- 
mittees, at the 1976 session, three members shall be elected for one year, three members 
for two years, three members for two years, three members for three years, and there- 
after each member shall be elected to serve for three years. 

The Moderator and the Director of Missions shall be ex-officio members of all 
standing committees. 

Section 1. THE ANNUAL MEETING COMMITTEE shall be composed of three 
members whose duty it shall be to arrange the program for the annual meeting of the 
Association. 

Section 2. THE CALENDAR COMMITTEE shall be composed of three members 
with the Sunday School Director, the Church Training Director, the Brotherhood 
Director, the Woman's Missionary Union Director, the Music Council Director, and 
the President of the Ministers' Conference, serving as adivsory members. It shall be the 
duty of this committee to plan and recommend to the annual session of the Association 
a program of activities for the coming year. 

Section 3. THE CAMP COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven members whose 
duty it shall be to direct the development and use of the property with the advice and 
consent of the Associational Board. 

Section 4. THE CHRISTIAN LIFE COMMITTEE shall be composed of five 
members whose duty it shall be to propose ways in which the Association, its 
cooperating churches and individual Christians may work for the promotion of civic 
righteousness and social uplift, and to provide educational opportunities for keeping 
our people informed in these areas. 

Section 5. THE COMMUNITY MINISTRIES COMMITTEE shall be composed of 
nine members, including representatives of the Associational Baptist Women's and, 
Baptist Men's organizations, whose duty it shall be to identify needs in the Association 
such as non-readers, alcoholics, drug abusers, youth in trouble, unwed mothers, the 
physically handicapped, the poverty stricken, prisoners and probationers, emotionally 
disturbed, and senior citizens, to encourage churches to provide ministries to meet the 
needs of the total person; to enlist and offer training for those with interest in these 
areas; and lead the churches cooperatively to specific areas when wise and possible. 

Section 6. THE CONSTITUTION COMMITTEE shall be composed of three members 
whose duty it shall be to study and recommend changes in the Constitution and bring 
reports as necessary to the Association. 

Section 7. THE DEACONS' COMMITTEE shall be composed of five members 
whose duty it shall be to plan and carry out meetings and activities for the information 

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and inspiration of deacons. 

Section 8. THE EVANGELISM COMMITTEE shall be composed of five members 
whose duty it shall be to encourage continuing evangelism in the churches, including the 
enlistment and training of laymen in witnessing, to initiate and carry out association 
evangelism efforts, to cooperate with area crusades when feasible, and to utilize the full 
resources of the Association by coordinating its efforts with other association 
committees and organizations in their evangelistic outreach knowing that Christ saves 
the whole man to a whole life of discipleship. 

Section 9. THE FINANCE COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven members one 
of whom shall be the Treasurer. The other six members of the committee shall be 
elected for a term of three years with two members each year on a rotating basis. 

This committee shall present a tentative budget at the Annual Meeting, representing a 
definite budget at the February Board meeting and devise plans for raising the budget. 
It shall also review applications from churches for State Missions funds for presentation 
to the Associational Board. 

Section 10. THE FUTURE DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE shall be composed of 
five members whose duty it shall be to study the associational program, as to its 
strengths and weaknesses, its priorities and effectiveness, its organizational structure 
and in the light of its purpose to make recommendations as feasible for the 
improvements and strengthening of said program. 

Section 11. THE INSTITUTION COMMITTEE shall be composed of five members 
whose duty it shall be to assist and encourage the churches in keeping their people 
informed, and adequately supporting financially our North Carolina Baptist Homes for 
the Aging, Children's Homes, Hospital, and Colleges. 

Section 12. THE INTER-FAITH WITNESS COMMITTEE shall be composed of 
five members whose duty it shall be to assist the churches in becoming better informed 
as to the beliefs, attitudes, customs of the sects and Catholicism and the world non- 
Christian religions, especially Judaism and to foster a better relationship with adherents 
of these groups. 

Section 13. THE MISSIONS COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven members, 
whose duty it shall be to obtain information which can be utilized by the churches and 
the Association, to ascertain the need of new churches and missions with the boundaries 
of the Association, to recommend to the Association or the Associational Board the 
location of sites and purchasing of lots for such churches or missions, and to assist the 
organization of such churches as might be authorized and to review for the Finance 
Committee applications from churches for State Mission funds. It shall be the duty of 
this committee to study the applications of churches seeking admission into the 
Association and to make recommendations regarding the same. 

Section 14. THE NOMINATIONS COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven 
members, whose duty it shall be to present nominations to the Association for all 
general officers and committeemen (except the Director of Missions as heretofore 
provided). 

This committee shall also be responsible for forwarding to the Board for approval 
and to the Association for election, the officers of Brotherhood, Sunday School, 
Woman's Missionary Union, Church Training, Music Council, and Library 
organizations (TACMO). This committee will receive from the six organizational 
committees and present for approval at the February Board meeting the names of 
nominees for leadership. 

Following the same procedure, the remaining officers of the six organizations shall be 
presented for approval to the May Board meeting. The names of all general organiza- 
tional officers shall be presented to the Association for election. 

It shall also present nominations to the Associational Board to fill any vacancy in the 
offices for which it nominates to the Association. 

Section 15. THE ORDINATIONS COMMITTEE shall be composed of five 
members who shall act in an adviosry capacity fc churches or for ministerial students 



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seeking counsel concerning ordination. The committee shall assist in the examination of 
candidates for the ministry only after their call to some specific position in Christian 
service, and shall refrain from announcing the date for ordination until after approval 
of the candidate. 

Section 16. THE PLACE AND PREACHER COMMITTEE shall be composed of 
three members, whose duty it shall be to receive or solicit invitations for the place of 
meeting of the annual session for the following year, and to recommend to the 
Association in annual session, a place or places of meeting, along with a preacher and 
alternate for the sermon, for the following year. 

Section 17. THE RADIO AND TELEVISION COMMITTEE shall be composed of 
three members, whose duty it shall be to work with local stations in the securing of 
time, to promote programs of religious and denominational interest, and to encourage 
the churches to use the media of radio and television. 

Section 18. THE RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE shall be composed of three 
members, whose duty it shall be to study all resolutions referred to it by the Association 
or the Associational Board, and report suitable resolutions at the Annual Meeting. 

Section 19. THE STEWARDSHIP COMMITTEE shall be composed of three 
members, whose duty it shall be to encourage and stimulate when possible the offerings 
from the individual churches to State, Home, Foreign Missions as well as the Coopera- 
tive Program, to urge the churches to undergird their church staff members through the 
Annuity Board retirement plans, to promote tithing by individual church members, and 
to encourage the members of the churches to be Christian stewards of their possessions 
after death through wills and bequests to denominational objects. 

Section 20. THE STUDENT WORK COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven 
members, with the chaplains of educational institutions in the Association area acting 
in an advisory capacity, whose duty is shall be to cooperative with and promote the 
work of the Baptist Student Program in the several institutions within the area of the 
Association and to encourage the ministry of the churches to students. 

Section 21. THE YOUTH ADVISORY COMMITTEE shall be composed of at least 
five members, normally church youth directors, whose duty it shall be to provide or 
sponsor periodic events or emphases for and/or with the youth of our churches. 

Section 22. THE AUDIT COMMITTEE shall be composed of three members who 
shall be responsible for the auditing of the Treasurer's records and the presentation of 
an annual audit report to the Association. The Audit Committee need not perform the 
audit themselves but may arrange for the audit by professionally trained accountants. 
The members of the committee shall be elected each year on a rotating basis. 



Article II. RULES OF ORDER 

The following rules shall govern deliberations in the meetings of the Association and 
Associational Board. 

(1) The official transaction of business in all regular meetings of the Association and 
Associational Board shall be by the affirmative majority vote of members present and 
voting, except in matters relating to the Constitution, or withdrawing fellowship from 
any cooperating church, and of seating messengers from those churches desiring to 
cooperate with the Association. In called meetings of the Association and the 
Associational Board, a number representing a majority of the cooperating churches 
shall be necessary to constitute a quorum. 

(2) A messenger wishing to speak shall rise and address the presiding officer. He shall 
confine himself strictly under the consideration and shall avoid all personalities. No 
messenger shall speak more than twice on the same subject without special permission. 

(3) All motions seconded shall be definitely stated by the presiding officer, or at his 
request, read by the clerk before vote is taken. 

(4) The order of business of the Annual Meeting shall be recommended by the 



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Annual Meeting Committee as soon as possible during the first session. When adopted 
this report shall become the program and cannot be changed except by vote of the 
Association. 

(5) All questions of orders shall be decided on the basis of the most recent edition of 
Robert's "Rules of Order." 

Article III. ADVISORY TO THE BOARD 

The members of the State General Board from this Association and the Baptist 
Student Union chaplains of the educational institutions within the area of the Associa- 
tion shall be invited to sit with the Board in an advisory capacity. 

Article IV. AMENDMENTS 

These By-Laws may be amended by a majority of those present and voting at any 
Annual Meeting of the Association. 



PROGRAM 

MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 25, 1982 

University Baptist Church 



Love 



6:50 Musical Call to Worship 
7:15 Call to Order 

Annual Committee Meeting Report 



Hymn 297 
Greetings 
Prayer 



Baptist Student Union Choir 
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill 

Gerald Goodwin, Moderator 
Pastor, Durham Memorial Church 

Rev. Ernest Holt 
Pastor, Guess Road Church 

Love Divine, A 11 Loves Excelling 
Dr. Thomas W. Downing, Jr. 
Pastor, University Church Staff 



7 : 30 Recognition of New Pastors & Staf Persons 



7:35 Introduction of Speaker 
7:40 Inspirational Message 

8:05 Hymn 14 

8:10 Registration 

Miscellaneous Business 



Gerald Goodwin, Moderator 
Pastor, Durham Memorial Church 
Garland A. Hendricks 
Interim Director of Missions 

Rev. Ernest Holt 
Pastor, Guess Road Church 

William Bennett 
Pastor, First Church 
Ft. Smith, Arkansas 

Great Is Thy Faithfulness 

John Deeds 
First Church 



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8:25 Hymn (insert) 

Scripture: Acts 2:36-47 
Prayer 

8:30 Introduction of Speaker 
Special Music 

8:35 Annual Sermon: That is a Growing Church! 

Prayer 
Music Leader 
Organist 
Pianist 



The Bond of Love 
Charles E. Rutt 
Pastor, Rose of Sharon Church 

Carl E. Herweyer 
Pastor, Braggtown Church 

Dennis Grass 
Creedmoor Road Church 
Raleigh, North Carolina 

James West 
Pastor, Calvary Church 



Blane Abernathy 
Minister of Music, University Church 
Michael Hester 
Organist, Ephesus Church 
Miss Karen Gray 
Pianist, Ephesus Church 



TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 26, 1982 

First Baptist Church 



Healing 



9:00 Organ Prelude 

Musical Call to Worship 



Call to Order 



Mel Luther 
Minister of Music, First Church 

Travis Clements, Vice Moderator 
Grey Stone Church 



Greetings Charles Harris 

Prayer Pastor, First Church 

Registration John Deeds 

First Church 

9: 10 Recognition of Baptist State Convention Agencies & Representatives 
9:15 Associational Reports 

Evangelism Robert Weatherly 

Pastor, Mt. Moriah Church 
Church Training Miss Nannie Mae Herndon 

Watts Street Church 

W.M.U. Mrs. Dorothy Hicks 

Trinity Church 

Brotherhood J. Edwin Church 

Cedar Fork Church 

Calendar Mrs. Dana Kelly 

Hope Valley Church 

Nominations Miss Nannie Mae Herndon 

Watts Street Church 

Place and Preacher Charles E. Rutt 

Pastor, Rose of Sharon Church 
Music Hugh O'Shields 

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Youth 
Finance 

9:50 Miscellaneous Business 
10:05 Hymn 344 

10: 10 Interim Director of Missions Report 
10:35 Report of Christian Action League 

10:45 Report of Prospective Retirement Village 

11:10 Hymn 362 

11:15 Introduction of Speaker 

1 1 :20 Inspirational Message 

11:55 Thanksgiving for the Food 

Music Leader 

Organist 

Pianist 



Minister of Music, Bethesda Church 
Fulton Hartzog 
Associate Pastor, Angier Avenue Church 
Pastor, Frank Zedick 
Grace Church 



Savior, Like a Shepherd Lead Us 
Garland A. Hendricks 

Thomas Freeman 
Dunn, North Carolina 

Fred Herndon 
Watts Street Church 

Footsteps of Jesus 

Crate Jones 
Angier Avenue Church 

Willliam Bennett 
Pastor, First Church 
Ft. Smith, Arkansas 



Mel Luther, First Church 
Mrs. Daryl Poe, Temple Church 
Hugh O'Shields, Bethesda Church 



TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 26, 1982 

Faith Baptist Church 



Vision 



6:50 Musical Call to Worship 



Greetings 
Prayer 

7:15 Call to Order 



Resolutions Committee 
Registration 

7:25 Miscellaneous Business 

7:35 Associational Lay Leader Award 



Concert Tour Choir 
Gorman Church 
Herbert Gray, Minister of Music 

Roger Wall 
Pastor, Faith Church 

Gerald Goodwin, Moderator 
Pastor, Durham Memorial Church 



John Deeds 
First Church 



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7:40 Hymn 191 We Have Heard the Joyful Sound 

7:45 Metro Sunday School Enrollment Training Clinic David G. Moore 

Pastor, Parkwood Church 

8:00 West Virginia Mission Report Larry Taylor 

Associate Pastor, Ridgecrest Church 

8:10 Hymn 265 It Is Well with My Soul 

Introduction of Speaker Carl K. Garner 

Pastor, Ridgecrest Church 

Special Music Dennis Grass 

Creedmoor Road Church 
Raleigh, North Carolina 

Message William Bennett 

Pastor, First Church 
Ft. Smith, Arkansas 

9:00 Benediction 

Music Leader Mrs. Jean Howerton 

Minister of Music, Faith Church 
Organist Mrs. Paul Shambley 

Organist, Faith Church 

Pianist Mrs. Larry Smith 

Pianist, Faith Church 



OUR THANKS to the following churches who provided the luncheon today: Calvary, 
Cheek Heights, Durham Memorial, Faith, Fieldcrest, First, Gorman, Grace, Hollo way 
Street, Plainview, Red Mountain, and Ridgecrest. 



Proceedings 
of 

Yates Baptist Association 

34TH ANNUAL SESSION 
OCTOBER 25-26, 1982 

MONDAY NIGHT, OCTOBER 25, 1982 
University Baptist Church 

Musical call to worship by the Baptist Student Union Choir of the University of 
North Carolina, Chapel Hill. 

The session was called to order by the Moderator, Rev. Gerald Goodwin. 

The moderator recognized Rev. Ernest Holt, pastor of Guess Road Baptist Church. 
Rev. Holt expressed appreciation to Rev. Crate Jones and Rev. Carl Hermeyer who 
served on the Program Committee. 



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Hugh O'Shields, Minister of Music of the Bethesda Church, expressed appreciation 
to Baptist Student Union Choir and the leader, Blane Abernathy. He introduced 
Michael Hester, Organist, Ephesus Church, at the organ and Miss Karen Gray, Pianist, 
Ephesus Church, was at the piano. 

Hymn, "Love Divine, All Loves Excelling," was sung by the congregation. 

Dr. Thomas W. Downing, Jr., pastor of the host church, brought greetings and led in 
prayer. 

The moderator recognized Dr. Garland Hendricks, Interim Director of Missions, 
who recognized the new pastors and staff persons. Ronald C. Benson, Associate 
Minister, Durham Memorial Church; Benny Barron, pastor, Trinity Church; Dennis 
Hill, pastor, Immanuel Church; David Watts, Minister of Music, Grey Stone Church; 
Robert Clegg, pastor, Lowe's Grove Church; Forest Gale, pastor, Edgemont Church. 

Introduction of the speaker was made by Rev. Ernest Holt. Dr. William Bennett, 
pastor, Ft. Smith, Arkansas, gave an inspirational message on "How to Handle 
Criticism," based on II Samuel 16:5. (message on tape at the associational office). 

Hymn, "Great Is Thy Faithfulness" was sung by the congregation. 

Registration was completed with 267 present. 

Rev. Clay Warf, Chairman, Missions Committee, presented a recommendation that 
the Good Samaritan Church be accepted for another year under watchcare, and the 
West Durham Church be accepted into full membership. Seconded by Rev. Mac Baer. 
Carried. (Complete report attached to minutes) 

Hymn, "Bond of Love, was sung by the congregation. 

Rev. Charles E. Rutt, pastor, Rose of Sharon Church, read scripture from Acts 2:36- 
47 and led in prayer. 

Introduction of the speaker for the annual sermon, Rev. James West, was made by 
Rev. Carl Herweyer, Pastor, Braggtown Church. 

Dennis Grace, Creedmoor Road Church, Raleigh, presented special music. 

Rev. James E. West, Pastor, Calvary Church, Durham, gave the annual sermon on 
the growing church. (Tape on sermon at associational office) 

Prayer was given by the Moderator, Rev. Gerald Goodwin. 

TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 26, 1982 

First Baptist Church 

"Healing" 

Musical call to worship was a solo by Rev. Mel Luther, Minister of Music of the host 
church. 

Hugh O'Shields, Minister of Music, Bethesda Church, pianist for the session and 
Burke Raper, Minister of Music, Grace Church, organist for the session. 

The Morning session was called to order by the Moderator, Rev. Gerald Goodwin. 

Dr. Charles Harris, Pastor of the host church, brought the greetings and led in 
prayer. 

Recognition of Baptist State Convention Agencies and Representatives was given. 

Associational reports were given: Rev. Robert Weatherly, chairman of the 
Evangelism Committee; Church Training by Miss Nannie Mae Herndon, chairman; 
W.M.U. by Mrs. Dorothy Hicks, chairman; Calendar by Mrs. Dana Kelly, chairman; 
Nominations Committee report given by Miss Nannie Mae Herndon; Place and 
Preacher by Rev. Charles Rutt; Music by Hugh O'Shields; Youth by Fulton Hartzog; 
Finance by Dr. Frank Zedick. Each report was recommended for adoption and each 
was accepted. 

Rev. Ernest Ferrell, Chairman of the Camp Committee, reported that it was a 
question as to what to do with the smoke house. The home place of Matthew Yates was 
made available to the association. It was reassembled on the campgrounds. The smoke 
house was given but was never re-assembled. The Carpenter family requested that the 
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returned to the Carpenter family. Seconded by Rev. Carl Garner. George Ray gave an 
explanation of the receipt of the smoke house. The motion passed. 

Hymn, "Savior, Like A Shepherd Lead Us," was sung by the congregation. 

Dr. Garland Hendrick, Interim Director of Missions, gave his report. He gave a very 
comprehensive coverage of the ministry of the Yates Association for 1982. (Complete 
copy on following pages) 

Dr. Thomas Freeman, Dunn, reported on the Christian Action League, and 
expressed appreciation to all who have supported the League. 

Fred Herndon gave a report on the prospective Retirement Village. The committee 
members were introduced and each gave a brief explanation of the progress. It was 
explained that eight acres were given by the Pickett family and eighteen acres optional 
for purchase which was extended to June 1984 instead of June 1983. How many people 
to be cared for— probably 250-300 persons, cost of homes would be from the residents, 
donors, and lenders. Monthly living cost plus cost of construction were questions 
discussed. Mr. Herndon made a motion that a general meeting specially called for a 
report brought by the Feasibility Committee. Dr. Charles Harris seconded. Motion 
passed. 

Hymn, "Footsteps of Jesus," sung by the congregation. 

Rev. Crate Jones, Pastor, Angier Avenue Church, introduced the speaker, Dr. 
William Bennett. 

Dr. William Bennett, Pastor, First Baptist Church, Ft. Smith, Arkansas, brought the 
inspirational message of the morning. (Tape at Associational Office). 
Prayer was rendered for thanksgiving for the food to be served at the host church. 

TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 26, 1982 

Faith Baptist Church 

"Vision" 

Musical call to worship by the Concert Tour Choir, Gorman Church, led by Herbert 
Gray, Minister of Music. 
Greetings and prayer was given by Rev. Roger Wall, Pastor of the host church. 
The call to worship was made by Rev. Gerald Goodwin, Moderator. 
Resolutions Committee report was given by Mrs. Hubert Mumford. (Copy on file) 
Registration was taken — 248 present. 

Associational Lay Leader Award was presented to Mr. John M. Deeds, Clerk, Yates 
Baptist Association. 

Hymn, "We Have Heard the Joyful Sound," was sung by the congregation. 

A very extensive report on the "Metro Sunday School Enrollment Training Clinic" 
was presented by Dr. David Moore. Twenty-two churches have committed themselves 
to the clinic. Report accepted. 

The "West Virginia Mission Report" was given by Rev. Larry Taylor, Associate 
Pastor, Ridgecrest Church. In 1978 it was decided to double the W. Va. congregations. 
In the fifty-five counties less than 100 Southern Baptists. In 1980 to double Southern 
Baptists by end of 1985. Sixty per cent unchurches, forty-five new chapels, forty-one 
new congregations. There are 150 different groups helping in West Virginia— $40,000 
construction and 36,000 special projects. 

Hymn, "It Is Well With My Soul," sung by the congregation. 

Rev. Carl Garner, Pastor, Ridgecrest Church, introduced the speaker, Dr. William 
Bennett. 

Special music presented by Dennis Gradd, Creedmoor Road Church, Raleigh, North 
Carolina. 

The evening message was given by Dr. William Bennett, Pastor, First Baptist 
Church, Ft. Smith, Arkansas. (Tape of message on file at the Associational Office). 
Benediction given by Rev. Gerald Goodwin, Moderator. 



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Music Leader for the evening session was Mrs. Jean Howerton, Minister of Music, 
Faith Church. Mrs. Paul Shambley was the organist, and Mrs. Larry Smith was the 
pianist. Both of Faith Church. 



THE MINISTRY OF THE YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 1982 

Garland A. Hendricks, October 25, 1982 

The Constitution of our Association says, "The purpose of this Association shall be 
to provide a convenient and orderly means for the extension of the ministry of the 
cooperating Baptist churches. . ." 

In his second letter to Timothy, Paul said, "God hath not given us the spirit of fear, 
but of power, and of love, and of a sound mind." (1:7). 

We are told in I Corinthians 3:9, "We are laborers together with God. . ." This is 
true of members who work together in a local church. It is also true that a group of 
churches can work "together with God" to do worthwhile ministries on a broad scale. 

Forty-nine member churches and one watchcare church are working together in 
Durham and two adjacent counties to advance God's Kingdom. 

What was life like in this area when the Yates Association was formed thirty-four 
years ago? 

Durham was widely known as a tobacco manufacturing center, Duke University and 
the University of North Carolina were recognized as outstanding centers of learning, 
but both were small. Agriculture was a major factor in our economy. A rural mindset 
permeated all that we did. We were entering the age of air travel. The downtown 
churches were the prestigious growth churches. People with the wildest imagination had 
never thought about anything like our present Research Triangle. 

Now, everything has undergone radical change. Let's consider a few of these changes 
which will affect the future of our Association: 

1. Worthwhile humanitarian causes such as civic and professional organizations 
command more and more of the time, talents, energy, and money of our people. They 
compete with the churches. 

2. Anti-religious forces are generating hostility to religion and churches. 

3. Non-Christian religions are winning converts in this area. 

4. Our people, once independent of the outside world, are now interdependent with 
the whole world. 

5. Communications media now keep everybody informed about what is happening 
throughout the world every hour on the hour. 

6. Fewer and fewer people make the decisions which affect the lives of all of us. 

7. The University of North Carolina, with 23,000 students this fall, is a symbol of 
how education is a reality for almost everyone. 

8. The tempo of life has changed from that of the slow automobile to that of the jet 
airplane. 

9. People have fled from the inner city and the far out rural community to the 
suburbs and the rural-urban fringe. 

10. The paradox of American food surplus while millions of people in Asia and 
Africa starve to death creates a frightening agenda for international relations in the 
decades immediately ahead of us. 

Where are we in 1982? 

Since August 1 , I have spent more than 350 hours on the job as your Interim Director 
of Missions. I have talked with many of our responsible leaders. Several impressions are 
clear to me. 

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(1) Training for Sunday School and church growth is basic to all else. There is 
evidence of a real desire to revitalize our Sunday Schools, re-establish Church Training, 
strengthen the Baptist Women's work, and activate more Baptist men and boys. 

(2) Evangelism must be emphasized. I believe that evangelism is the dynamics, the 
motivating power, and the sustaining strength of a church or an association of 
churches. But I find a strong opinion that some of our evangelistic practices are so 
"birth only" oriented that the churches have failed to nuture the new babes in Christ so 
that they become mature Christian adults. Too many church members do little more 
than cry when they are sad or frustrated, giggle iresponsibily when they are pleased, 
object to progress if it involves money or effort, attack any leader who proposes a new 
idea or program which might help. We are searching for a birth-growth evangelism 
which will produce mature adult Christians who can make wise decisions and let 
everyday life be their witness to a lost world. 

(2) Many years ago we were famous for starting new churches. Then we stopped dead 
in our tracks. Now there is a new concern about planting new churches wherever there is 
evidence that they are needed. Joint sponsorship by the Association and a parent church, 
assisted by nearby churches appears to be an acceptable approach. 

(4) I have discovered a strong desire on the part of our ministers for creative activities 
in the pastors' conference which will motivate and strengthen our leaders for new 
heights of achievement. 

(5) The feasibility study regarding the establishment of care for the elderly has 
generated a cautious optimism on the part of many people. The optimism can become 
the dream which could produce one of our finest ministries, and the caution expressed 
by almost everyone could bring about a disciplined management to guarantee success of 
such a venture. 

(6) There is broad approval of our camp ministry with a strong feeling that we should 
develop more facilities there, and then create a planned program of activities so that all 
of our churches might benefit. 

(7) I get the impression that we have a good overall committee structure, but a very 
candid feeling that much of what we show on paper is now in limbo, and that we are 
doing very little. The word I hear is, "Let's get going." 

Impression 2. How can the Association help the churches? 

If it cannot help the churches for whom it exists, then we cannot justify the 
continuation of the Association. What are we to do? 

(1) Train leaders for the churches. 

(2) Provide resources from all of our Baptist agencies. 

(3) Keep our churches informed about what is going on. 

(4) Help each local church keep aware of its purpose and its direction and destination. 

(5) Provide for pastors and staff workers meaningful fellowship and continuing educa- 
tion. 

(6) Help all of the churches with a vital birth-growth kind of evangelism. 

Impression 3. A competent Director of Missions is in a position to help the ministers, 
lay leaders and congregations. What should his priorities be? 

(1) Interpret the Association to the churches. 

(2) Visit the churches and know their leaders. 

(3) Establish and maintain integrity for the Association. 

(4) Encourage the ministers and churches. 

(5) Be an authentic person for the churches to look to for help. 

(6) Point the churches to available resources. 

(7) Be a pastor to the ministers, helping them at points of morale and continuing 
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(8) Help the churches examine themselves, discover their resources, and plan for the 
future. 

(9) Listen with compassion, react with integrity, and treat a confidence as a sacred 
trust. 

Impression 4. Pastors and staff workers have special needs today. 

(1) They need encouragement. A minister carries a heavy emotional load. Burn-out is 
real. Morale gets low. There must be a source for refreshment and renewal. 

(2) We need unity of purpose and coordination of effort. We allow differences of 
opinion to draw us away from God's purpose and God's mission for the Association. 

(3) We need a Director who has stature, is wise with a balanced combination of 
knowledge and common sense, and is supportive of every minister and every church. 

(4) We need continuing education with competent teachers and discussion leaders. 

(5) We need creative helps for our churches whose destiny is cast with radical socio- 
economic change. 

Impression 5. What should we do about our camp? 

(1) Create a plan for year-round •activities, properly scheduled and coordinated, and 
designed to help all churches. 

(2) Maintain competent management for care of properties, facilities, scheduling and 
activities. 

(3) Begin immediately a long range plan for development by using the money we have 
in hand, then raise money as we go for further expansion. 

Impression 6. What can each local church do to strengthen the Association? 

(1) Provide key leaders for our programs and ministries. 

(2) Provide financial support. 

(3) Get the congregation to participate in associational activities. 

(4) Study and try to understand what the Association is and does. 

Impression 7. What priorities should the Association assume? 

(1) Call a competent Director, then help him do the job. 

(2) Establish integrity and keep everything open and above board all the time. 

(3) Agree on a clear purpose for the Association, find a sense of direction, establish 
goals, and work together. 

(4) Help each church practice a birth-growth evangelism which will call persons to 
Christ, then teach them how to live responsibly for Christ. 

(5) Place a strong emphasis upon the proper kind of growth and development for 
each type of church — in the declining population areas of the inner city and far 
out rural community, in the fast growing suburbs and rural-urban fringe. Growth 
does not always mean becoming bigger but it does always mean becoming more 
mature and better. 

(6) When we have a meeting for any prupose make it interesting and meaningful by 
securing competent leaders and structuring the program for maximum participation. 

(7) Give serious attention at all times to pastor-deacon-staff-congregation relations, 
so that we may keep strife at a minimum and build everything on integrity and 
unity of purpose in our churches. 

Impression 8. What social services ministries should we sponsor? 

Obviously, we have no right to exist unless we can help churches meet viable needs of 

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people in the area, especially spiritual needs, but also certain other needs. How are we 
to be redemptive through special services? 

(1) Know what needs are being met by agencies of the city, county, state, federal and 
philanthropic agencies within the bounds of our Association. Then, decide how 
we can best coordinate our work with what is already being done through agencies 
which already exist. 

(2) Decide what specific areas of need outside these areas we can best minister to as a 
group of churches working together under the Lordship of Christ and the leadership 
of The Holy Spirit. 

(3) Accept and clarify objectives and decide how we will sponsor what we believe to 
be valid social service ministries. 

(4) Select leadership, through committees or specially qualified persons, to carry out 
these ministries. It is my opinion that we should do as much of this as possible 
through volunteer committed lay people who have special gifts and who want to 
serve the Lord by using these talents in worthwhile ventures such as we can sponsor. 

Impression 9. When a minister leaves a church, for whatever reason, what might the 
Association do to help the church find new leadership? 

This is a super-sensitive matter in Baptist churches. The opinions which I hear 
expressed say to me: offer to help train a search committee; if they request help 
concerning persons, give information about available persons without prejudice for or 
against any one; offer to help teach the congregation what the proper relationship is 
between a church and its minister; and offer to help find a responsible interim leader. In 
all cases, the Association, through its Director, should strive to be helpful without 
meddling. 

Impression 10. What should the Association do to help a minister relocate? 

(1) Try to help before the fact where there are no problems. 

(2) Listen and understand the concerns of the ministers. 

(3) Always work within the bounds of integrity. 

(4) When it is wise to do so, help the minister make contacts where there is opportunity. 
If I am reading the mind and the mood of our leaders correctly, we are in a position 

to become one of the most dynamic, redemptive associations anywhere. If we are to 
strive for such a position, I suggest that we consider four requirements. 

Requirement 1. A clear understanding about our purpose. We are in the process of 
doing that now. We must continue until we articulate what we believe God wants us to 
do, then create a way to do it. 

Requirement 2. An honest appraisal of our working resources and how they can best 
be used. We have people with God-given talents and personalities for doing anything 
which is humanly possible. Look at them: educated, skilled, refined, financially secure, 
dedicated to the Lord. If we commit ourselves to be true "laborers together with God" 
and use all of these assets for the glory of God, there is no limit to what we can do. 

Requirement 3. A Director of Missions and an office staff who have the right 
combination of brains, professional skills, understanding of God and churches, 
complete integrity, and a deep love and compassion for people. The present staff 
workers possess these qualifications. And our search committee is searching for such a 
director. 

Requirement 4. A divine consciousness on the part of all of us that Christ is the head 
of the Association as He is the head of a local church; that the Holy Spirit is our ever- 
present guide and inspiration; and that whatever we sponsor is attuned to the purpose of 
God. We want to do God's will in developing and using our camp; in deciding what to 
do about a retirement facility; in social service ministries to juveniles, illiterates, 
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Christians. Evangelism which helps Christians mature after they are saved is a must. 
Wherever there is a need for a church we should plant one. 

Just as an individual church experiences periods of growth and decline, disappoint- 
ment and glorious success, pause and full speed ahead, an Association of churches goes 
through the same natural processes. 

I believe the Yates Association is now on the threshold of a tremendous bursting 
forth into a new era of exciting ministry: forty-nine member churches and one watch- 
care church working together under the Lordship of Christ, and the leadership of The 
Holy Spirit to demonstrate to the world that "God hath not given us the spirit of fear; 
but of power, and of love, and of a sound mind". 

For thirty-four years we have wasted too much of God's precious time and our 
talents and resources in internal strife over controversial issues — in the 1950's it was the 
King James Version of the Bible; in the 1960's it was baptism; more recently it has been 
theological outlook and leadership. It is past time for us to repent, take a realistic view 
of the socio-economic dynamics of the Research Triangle area, dedicate our minds, 
hearts, talents and money to the salvation of souls and the nurturing of spiritual babies 
into Christian manhood and womanhood. Let's get off our sidetracks of personal 
prejudices and onto the main line of God's purpose. He has a ministry for us to do. 

REPORT OF THE ASSOCIATIONAL BOARD 

The Associational Board consists of the General Officers, the Pastors and two lay 
persons from each church, and certain committee chairpersons. This Board is given the 
responsibility of acting on behalf of the Association in the interim between the annual 
sessions. While four dates are scheduled on the associational calendar, it is not essential 
that all these be held. This year we had three meetings: February 16 at Grey Stone, May 
18 at Bethesda, and July 13 at Grace. 

Several significant things were done in these meetings and the following is a partial 
report. (However, if you wish to know in more detail the happenings in these sessions, 
a complete record is kept on file in the Associational Office.) 

(1) In each session some emphasis was placed on the Metro Area Enrollment Training 
Clinic to be held April 16-24, 1983. Approximately 22 churches have signed up to 
participate and more will be said during this Annual Meeting. 

2. The resignation of our Director of Missions was presented and accepted in the 
February meeting effective March 1, 1982 with salary and benefits being continued 
through July 31. Dr. Armstrong is working with the West Virginia Convention. 

3. The 1982 revised budget based on the pledges of the member churches was adopted. 

4. An affirmative vote was given to a recommendation by the Executive Committee 
to sell the 4.61 acres on Garrett Road which is owned by the Association. An offer 
to purchase this property for $23,000 came from the Church of Christ of Durham- 
Chapel Hill and was contingent upon a favorable soil analysis report. However, 
the sale could not be completed because this favorable soil analysis was not forth- 
coming. 

5. In a meeting of the Executive Committee following Dr. Armstrong's resignation a 
decision was made that the Moderator should appoint two Search Committees. 
One was for the purpose of securing an Interim Director of Missions and three per- 
sons, Travis Clements, Ernest Ferrell and Frank Zedick were appointed to serve on 
this committee in the May meeting. In the July meeting, this committee, with the 
unanimous support of the Executive Committee, presented the name of Dr. 
Garland Hendricks as an Interim. He was called without opposition. 

The second Search Committee to be appointed was for the purpose of seeking a 
successor to Dr. Armstrong. That committee was announced in the July meeting 
and they are presently working. The committee consists of Charles Harris- 
Chairman, Judy Burhans, Ronald Cumbie, Harold Craig, Judi Kelly, Ed Couch 
and James West. 

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6. In each Board Meeting updates were given on the progress of the Retirement Home 
Feasibility Study Committee. However, in the July 13, meeting two resolutions 
were presented and adopted and they are as follows: 

1 . That the Yates Baptist Association develop a Baptist Retirement Home when- 
ever the Association feels such development to be financially feasible, and 
accept with gratitude the generous gift of 8 acres of land adjacent to Chapel Hill 
Road and University Drive by the heirs of Myra McMannen Pickett and 
husband O.H. Pickett in honor of their parents and to be used as the site for a 
Baptist Retirement Village. 

2. That the Executive Committee be instructed to act as necessary to effect the 
gift from the Pickett heirs, and to formulate an agency of the Association to 
develop a retirement home program consistent with policies and guidelines of 
the Association, with its duties to include solicitation and receiving all such gifts 
as well as developing programs of financing, planning, constructing, and 
managing a retirement village. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Gerald C Goodwin, Moderator 



REPORT OF THE PLACE AND PREACHER COMMITTEE 

The committee recommends the following host churches and speakers for the annual 
associational meetings of 1983: 

Host Churches 

Monday evening, October 24 — Parkwood Baptist Church 

1515 Clermont Road 
Tuesday morning, October 25 — Ridgecrest Baptist Church 

222 Midland Road 
Tuesday evening, October 25 — Yates Baptist Church 

2819 Chapel Hill Road 

Annual Sermon 

Preacher— Reverend Ernest Ferrell, pastor, Bethesda Church 
Alternate— Reverend James Murphy, pastor, Hope Valley Church 

Respectfully submitted, 
Rev. Charles Rutt, Chm. 

REPORT OF THE SUNDAY SCHOOL 

The 1981-82 Sunday School year was highlighted by four major events: Guide Book 
Study, VBS Clinic, Pastor-Staff-Sunday School Director Workshop, and Sunday 
School Leaderhip Night. 

The newly released "How to Guide. . ." series of church study course books was 
taught in twelve different age group conferences in identical sessions on March 1 and 2, 
1982, at Yates Baptist Church. 136 people representing 18 associational churches were 
trained in the 2Vi hour sessions. Though most conferees had Sunday School leadership 
responsibilities, some others represented Church Training, Church Music, and the 
mission organizations as well. Janet Whitaker chaired the committee that planned and 
implemented this workshop. 

Yates Association sponsored two VBS clinics in 1982. Both were at Faith Baptist 
Church, 7:00-9:00 p.m., April 19, and 9:30-11:30 a.m., April 20. Total attendance at 

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both clinics was 76 with 16 churches represented. Darlene Harrill was the Associational 
VBS Director. 

The annual Pastor-Staff-Sunday School Director Workshop was held at the Grey 
Stone Baptist Church on May 17, 1982. Following the evening meal, Rev. Horace 
Jackson, Pastor of the Sunset Baptist Church, Wilmington, N.C., challenged pastors, 
staff, and Sunday School Directors to take the leading roles in striving for Sunday 
School growth in their churches. The meeting was well attended with a good number of 
pastors and Sunday School Directors in attendance. Wally Fowler was in charge of the 
workshop. 

On September 14, 1982, the Temple Baptist Church hosted the Sunday School 
Leadership Night for the Association. The training was designed to give basic curriculum 
interpretation and teaching techniques using the October 1982 units for each age group. 
This event was well attended by Sunday School workers from our churches. Harold 
Craig led in the planning and implementation of this event. 

We are continuing plans for the Raleigh-Durham Sunday School Enrollment/Training 
Clinic to be held April 16-24, 1983. As of this report. 23 of our churches have 
committed to participate in this significant Sunday School growth adventure. This 
effort is one of ten metro area clinics to be held in the United States from 1983 through 
1985. It is part of a serious effort to put meaning into the 8.5 by '85 emphasis of Bold 
Mission Thrust. The Raleigh-Durham Clinic is a cooperative effort between the Baptist 
Sunday School Board, the State Convention of North Carolina, and the Raleigh and 
Yates Associations. 

We look forward to a great year of reaching people for Christ and teaching them His 
Word. 

Your ASSIST faculty stands ready to help in the Sunday School work of our 
churches. If they can be of help, please call upon them. 

I express appreciation to all of you for your support during my two years as Associa- 
tional Sunday School Director. Hopefully, we have begun a journey into Sunday 
School growth that will continue long into the future. 

Respectfully submitted, 
David G. Moore, Director 

REPORT OF CHURCH TRAINING 

Church Training is the organization assigned the task of helping church members, 
new church members, and church leaders (also potential leaders) grow in their Christian 
discipleship. The Church Training program does not compete with other church 
programs, but when properly administered, enhances the total work of the church. 

The Church Training Program has responsibility for teaching in five major content 
areas. These are: Christian Doctrine, Christian Ethics, Christian History, Church 
Polity and Organization, and skill development (in performing the function of the New 
Testament church).. 

During this past year Church Training in the Association: 

1 . Had five of the Associational Church Training Leaders to attend the State Enabler 
Workshop at Caraway. 

2. The Director attended Church Training Week at Ridgecrest. 

3. We cooperated with the Evangelism Committee to conduct a workshop for New 
Church Member Training (Survival Training) - 1 7 present. 

4. The Director attended the Pastors' Conference and presented the Church Training 
materials, goals, and willingness to help in the churches. 

5. We had 8 children from Bethesda Church compete in the Bible Drill contest. 
Associational Winners: Sharon Ausley, Beth Bramigk, Jennifer Massey, Lori 

Edmonds, Jon Fish, Aaron Price, Debbie Stallings, 
Sharon Williams. 

State Winners: Lori Edmonds, Jon Fish, Aaron Price, Debbie Stallings, and Sharon 
Williams. 

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6. The Director visited in 12 churches to offer assistance with Church Training programs. 
•7. Youth Week was reported in these churches: Durham Memorial, Edgemont* First, 

Gorman, Holloway Street, Page Road, and Trinity. 
*8. Christian Home Week was reported by Gorman, Grace, Holloway Street, and Mt. 
Hermon. 

*9. Doctrinal Studies "Biblical View of the Family" was reported conducted in: Angier 
Avenue, Durham Memorial, Gorman, Grace, and Trinity. 
♦10. Equipping Center modules have been used by: Cedar Fork, Cresset, Ebenezer, 
Ephesus, First, Grace, and Temple. 
11. A training session was conducted to help churches conduct Children's Memory 
Work, Youth Bible Drills, and Speaker's contests. 12 present. 
12. The Director met with the church clerks to explain Church Training reporting on the 

new clerk's church letter, 
♦other churches may have participated but did not report. 
Some Goals for 1982-83: 

1 . to encourage more churches to promote the tournaments. 

2. to encourage the use of more Equipping Center modules (available in the Asso- 
ciational Office). 

3. to encourage Christian Home Week, Youth Week, and Doctrinal Study Week in 
the churches. 

4. to encourage all churches to use the Survival Kits for all new church members. 

5. to have a Pastor/Director Interpretation Dinner — March 14, 1983. 

Our Church Training Officers will gladly help you with your Church Training program. 
Please call on them. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Nannie Mae Herndon, Director 

REPORT OF WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 

The 1981-82 year began with continued emphasis on "Life-Changing Commitments" 
as we stressed the need for women, girls, and preschoolers to become involved in mission 
study, mission giving, mission action and personal witnessing. 

Many of our churches have enlarged the W.M.U. programs of their church by start- 
ing new age-level organizations. There are some encouraging signs from those churches 
without W.M.U. programs. We encourage them to seek assistance from the Association- 
' ional Council if help is needed to train leaders. Congratulations to the Acteens from 
* Cresset Church for their write-up in the September issue of Accent magazine for their 
Home Mission Study, Neon Rainbows. 

The Associational W.M.U. Leadership Conference held, September 14, 1981, was 
attended by 100 leaders and officers from 31 churches. As we plan for training for 
the new year, pray that more leaders will be committed to train and lead in missions. 

April 20, 1982 at the Annual W.M.U. meeting, Sara Ann Hobbs and Betty Gilreath 
challenged women in our Association to seek ways to become involved in missions. 
Approximately 250 women and guest attended, representing 40 churches. There are 
many opportunities for women to have careers in mission service. 

Some of the areas for mission action involvement have been sharing in the Christmas 
ministry to the women in Central Prison. Also our churches help supply staple foods 
for the Associational food pantry. Some church groups have helped in the worship 
service at Murdoch Center, others adopted the A.C. Dillion School for boys, many are 
helping in ministry at rest homes, and fifth Sunday ministry for residents at Murdoch 
Center. Many more are involved in personal ministry. Mission action is a vital part of 
every organization of W.M.U. 

1982-83 emphasis, "Life Changing Accountability", calls each of us as women to 
take to our commitment seriously and be faithful to each task we assume as we follow 
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"Go ye therefore and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and 
of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit, ' ' we will seek places of service. May God richly bless 
each effort of every W.M.U. leader in our churches. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Dot Hicks, Director 

REPORT OF THE BROTHERHOOD 

The men and boys of our Association have been active this year. Some of our 
churches have begun new units and others have revitalized existing units of Baptist Men 
and Royal Ambassadors. 

The Royal Ambassadors enjoyed another good year competing in the Associational 
R.A. Track Meet held at Southern High School. There was an excellent representation 
of our churches at this event. Our October Crusader Car Competition and Mission Fair 
always proves to be an exciting event. Both of these events have become annual events 
due to the tremendous interest and participation. 

The Brotherhood annual planning meeting was well attended this past May and great 
plans were made for happenings in 1983 that would continue to encourage men and 
boys' involvement and growth. 

Many of our Baptist Men put their faith to work this year through mission 
involvement in homeland and overseas mission projects, through prison ministries, lay 
witness evangelism, West Virginia construction projects, and several other areas opened 
to them by our Lord. 

Through prayer, trust and claiming the promises of God much can happen in lives of 
men and boys and the churches they represent. 

I hope all will prayerfully consider faithful stewardship of your own God-given 
talents during 1983. 

Respectfully submitted, 

J. Edwin Couch, Brotherhood Director 

Bryce Bates, R.A. Director 

REPORT OF LAUBACH 

The Laubach Literacy Program continues to be very prominent in the Durham area. 
We are the only organization that is actively engaged in alleviating the literacy problem 
among adults. Three workshops were held last year training 19 persons to work as 
volunteers. We have 20 persons who are actively engaged in tutoring at the present time. 
A workshop is being planned for November and another in the spring. Also, we are 
planning a workshop with the Durham County Continuing Education Program for the 
spring semester. It is hoped that we will have a feature article in the Durham Morning 
Herald in the near future. We do solicit your prayers and support as we continue to 
further the work of His Kingdom through this ministry. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Mary Whaley, Director 

REPORT OF THE CAMP COMMITTEE 

Our camp has been used by a number of our churches during the year. Several have 
used the facilities for youth retreats, deacon retreats, marriage enrichment seminars and 
other similar programs. 

The Camp Committee recognizes the need for some improvements to the camp 
buildings and grounds. Our plans are to bring a recommendation in the early part of 
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usable for all of our churches. 

We trust that the improvements made will enhance the usefulness and will be an 
encouragement for others to use the facilities. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Ernest H. Ferrell, Chairman 

REPORT OF THE COMMUNITY MINISTRIES COMMITTEE 

The Community Ministries Committee has little to report in the area of ministering to 
community needs with the exception of the use of the food pantry by several pastors. 
We have done very little toward reaching needs. We are going to try to broaden our 
ministry this year, however. 

We are seeking to expand our ministry in the areas of special needs, such as heat, 
lights, medicine, etc. . . in 1982-1983. 

We also wish to stock your pantry with a better variety of foodstuffs. Thank you 
churches for replenishing the pantry. We encourage you to try and give us more canned 
meats. We are always short on this item. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Tobie Stone, Jr., Chairman 

REPORT OF THE EVANGELISM COMMITTEE 

Your Evangelism Committee led in conducting the Simultaneous Crusade last spring 
from April 4 - April 11. Thirty-seven churches participated in "Here's Hope" with 
these numerical results: 31,518 in attendance; 105 professions of faith; 30 baptized; 
1127 rededications. Breakfast meetings were held during the Crusade at Grey Stone 
Church with the visiting evangelists, both music and preaching, sharing their faith. A 
luncheon was held at the First Baptist Church so that our laymen could share in some of 
the daytime worship opportunities. 

Plans are now underway to have Dr. Waylon Moore visit our Association the week 
after Thanksgiving 1982. Dr. Moore has traveled the world over sharing what God has 
taught him. He is strong in the area of discipleship and personal relationships. 

May we of the Yates Baptist Association obey the command of our Lord as 
individuals and as a group to GO - TEACH - BAPTIZE - and disciple until He comes 
back for His own. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Robert D. Weatherly, Chairman 

REPORT OFTACMO 

The Associational Church Media Library Organization met four times during the 
year. The officers met in September for a planning session. 

The first meeting was held on November 7, 1981 at Grace Baptist Church with 
Eleanor Hobgood. The speaker was Linda Chandler, who discussed publishing with 
Broadman Press. She autographed copies of her books at the conclusion of the 
program. Fifteen people representing seven churches were in attendance. 

On February 6, 1982 the meeting was at Park View Baptist Church with Audrey 
Harrell. Assembly line processing was discussed by Janie Clements. She demonstrated 
each step in processing a book. Eighteen people from ten churches were present. 

The May 1, 1982 meeting was held at Durham Memorial Baptist Church with Shirley 
Brame. Ethel Crabtree explained how to classify books. Eight churches were 
represented by fourteen people. 

The last meeting of the year was on August 7, 1982 at Bethesda Baptist Church with 

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Eloys Lilly. The program topic was on suggestions for reorganizing a library. Nine 
people from six churches were present. The officers were re-elected to serve during the 
1982-83 year. 

TACMO's goals are to promote the use of appropriate resources to equip Christians 
for witness and mission, to encourage all of the churches to provide library services, 
and to continue building the collection in the Yates Association Library. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Clara J. Crabtree, President 



The Association: 



Churches 




On Mission 



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REPORT OF THE MUSIC COUNCIL 

The Music Council began its work in late summer after a couple of years of inactivity. 
The Council began making plans for this fall and next year. The projects planned were 
the result of a mail survey from pastors and music persons in the churches of our 
Association. 

The most pressing need for many of our churches was in the area of children's choirs 
workers training. The Council planned a workshop at Yates Baptist Church, September 
27 and 28 for workers of children's choirs. The workshop was led by three State 
Approved Workers: Mr. Don Bearfield, Older Children, Mrs. Linda Newsom, Younger 
Children, and Miss Judy Ritchie, Preschool. The workshop was very well attended with 
38 workers present. 

An Associational Youth Rally was planned in conjunction with the Youth Council on 
October 2, 1982, at Westwood Baptist Church. The program was provided by a concert 
ministry group entitled, "His Ambassadors". It was a good experience for all of the 
youth in our Association. 

Next year the plans made by the Music Council will be exciting and will involve many 
hundreds of people in Yates Baptist Association. The Council's plans include two big 
events: 1. Music School: This event will take place in the spring involving all of our 
churches in an Associational Music School. 2. Mass Choir Effort: This event will take 
place in the fall involving all our churches in a mass choir endeavor. 

We are thankful for the opportunity to serve our Association and we ask for your 
prayers as we seek to implement the plans. 



Respectfully submitted, 

E. Hugh O'Shields, Director 



REPORT OF THE ORDINATION COMMITTEE 



The Ordination Committee of the Yates Baptist Association had the distinct privilege 
of meeting with and affirming for recommendation to the Gospel Ministry the 
following individuals: 



Thomas Furlow 
Jim Cunneen 
Mike McKeown 
John Hammett 
Carson Rogerson 
Jere Judd 



Ordaining Church 

Homestead Heights 
First Baptist 
Immanuel 
Westwood 
Grace 

First Baptist 



Date of Council 

November 22 
November 29 

January 10 
February 17 
June 22 

August 18 



These brothers in Christ have exemplified a high degree of competency, integrity, and 
commitment to the varied areas to which they feel called. The Yates Association is 
blessed with these gifted men in ministry. 



Respectfully submitted, 
Larry O. Harper, Chairman 

REPORT OF THE MISSIONS COMMITTEE 



The Missions Committee has met on a number of occasions in the past year. Our 
work has been focused in three different areas which are somewhat indicative of the 
broad scope of our responsibility. One area of our work has concerned the starting of a 
new church. We had previously determined that a new church was needed in at least two 
areas within the boundaries of our association, the Leesville Road are and the Bahama 
area. We chose to focus our attention on the Leesville Road area because we had more 
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as the fact that we had a Southern Baptist family in that area eager to nelp get 
something started. Through the help of the Home Mission Board, Southeastern 
Seminary, and Rev. Carl Herweyer, who served as supervisor, we secured the services 
of seminary students, Gene and Vickie Angus, for the purpose of doing additional 
surveying and contacting and getting a home Bible study group formed in the area of 
Leesville Road. After working for ten weeks in that area, Gene and Vickie had helped 
us see clearly the need of a new work on Leesville Road, had run a successful backyard 
Bible study, and had begun a home Bible Study. By the end of the summer the first 
Sunday morning service was held in a vacant home on Leesville Road. The Durham 
Memorial Church has accepted primary sponsorship of this new work, and now we are 
in the process of seeking four secondary sponsors helping for a five-year period. We 
are recommending that through our associational budget our association as a whole can 
be one of these sponsors. We are already receiving some pastoral assistance from the 
State Convention Church Extension Department, and Gene Angus continues to serve 
this church on a part-time basis. 

A second area of our work this year has focused on a new ministry, the Public Safety 
chaplaincy. Rev. Tom Jordan of Red Mountain Church has served as our part-time 
Public Safety chaplain. We have received weekly reports from Chaplain Jordan and are 
even more deeply convinced of the significance of this ministry. The ministry itself 
includes things like riding patrol with officers and talking about their experiences and 
needs, privately counseling officers and their families where there is a specific need, 
ministering to officers and families in times of crisis such as death or hospitalization, 
representing the Public Safety Department in notifying families when there has been a 
death. We continue to receive $1800 a year through the State Chaplaincy and Language 
Missions Department, and we are recommending that our association assume 
responsibility for the additional $600 needed simply to keep this ministry at the present 
level for the coming year. 

Our third area of work has concerned the West Durham Baptist Church and the 
Good Samaritan Church, who have been under watchcare for the past year. It is the 
responsibility of the Missions Committee to make a recommendation concerning full 
membership for these two churches. We will be prepared to make that recommendation 
at the Annual Meeting. 

This committee is already working on exciting plans for new ministries in the coming 
year. We encourage you to share our excitement and to get involved in the ministries 
that presently exist and that are being proposed in the coming year. Be in prayer for us 
that we might be a true instrument of the Lord in this exciting work. 

Respectfully submitted, 
M. Clay Warf, Chairman 

MISSIONS COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION AT ANNUAL MEETING 

Last year on behalf of the Missions Committee I brought to you a recommendation 
that two black congregations, the West Durham Baptist Church and the Good 
Samaritan Church, be accepted under watchcare of our association. Now we have the 
additional responsibility of making a further recommendation concerning these 
churches and their request for membership in Yates Association. Our options are these: 

(1) to recommend full membership 

(2) to recommend an additional year of watchcare 

(3) to recommend denial of membership 

Throughout the year our committee has made an effort to monitor the involvement 
of these churches in our Association, as well as to assist them in this involvement. 
Recently we have met with the two pastors, Dr. Harold Cobb, Sr. of West Durham 
Church, and Rev. Harold Cobb, Jr. of Good Samaritan Church. Now we are prepared 
to bring this recommendation. 

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ship in the Yates Association. We recommend further that the Good Samaritan 
Church, being a very young church, be accepted for another year of watchcare. It is the 
feeling of the pastor and our committee, that the congregation could very well come 
into full membership now, but that another year of watchcare could be beneficial. Mr. 
Moderator, I so move this recommendation. 

REPORT OF THE SENIOR ADULTS 

Good years continue to come for Senior Adults of the Yates Association and 1981-82 
was no exception. Attendance continues to be good and Christian fellowship excellent. 
The quarterly meetings give us an opportunity to meet senior adults from many churches 
in our association and to learn from each other as well as make new friends and renew 
acquaintances. 

Meetings are on quarterly basis with a covered-dish luncheon and interesting 
programs. In November, Mrs. Margo McEachern of the Division of Aging of the N.C. 
Department of Human Resources inspired the group to use what we have or lose it, 
stressing the use of simple exercises and walking to improve health. In February, the 
Rev. Stanley Bergquist, pastor at Page Road, showed slides and spoke from personal 
experience on "China and The Great Wall." In May, we traveled to Butchart Gardens 
in Victoria, British Columbia by way of Floyd and Margaret Rhodes' sound and slide 
presentation. In August, Mrs. Margaret Gilmore, The Dulcimer Lady, and her 
husband, the Piddlin Parson, of Pinehurst gave a delightful program on playing and 
the construction of dulcimers. By the end of the meeting several of our senior adults were 
playing the dulcimer and one even bought one. 

Travel seems to be an activity in which many senior adults are interested. During this 
associational year many trips were available and participated in. Some were trips to 
Florida, fall foliage trips to New England, many trips to the World's Fair in Knoxville, 
Tennessee, a trip to Yellowstone and other western points, and a trip to the Pennsylvania 
Amish Country and Washington, D.C. 

It is hoped that senior adults from all the churches in the association will join us for 
information, inspiration, and Christian fellowship at our quarterly meetings. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Mrs. Floyd Rhodes, Jr., President 

REPORT OF SINGLES 30-50 

The Singles 30-50 met on the following dates for fellowship during 1981-82. 
September 12— Cook-out, Northgate Park 
October 10— Guided tour of UNC Campus— K & W Cafeteria 
November 14— Pizza & Movies 
December 12— Trip to Planetarium— K & W Cafeteria 
January 9— Covered-dish supper— Yates Church 
February 19— Games & Refreshments at home of Sandra Carver 
March 13— Supper at York Steak House 
April 10— Trip to Raleigh— Tour & Lunch 
May 8— Golf rained out— Supper at York Steak House 
June 12— Putt-Putt Golf & Pizza at Darrell's 
July 10— Homemade ice cream at home of Shelia Durham 

Respectfully submitted, 

Mrs. Bernice Eubanks, President 



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REPORT OF SINGLES OVER 50 

Singles Over 50 enjoyed the following activities from October, 1981 -March, 1982: 
October— Halloween Party— Covered-dish supper— Grey Stone Church 
November — Outing — Village Dinner Theatre 

December — Christmas Party — Covered-dish supper — Angier Avenue Church 

Christmas Project — Contribution to Durham Rescue Mission 
January — Supper Meeting — K & W Cafeteria 
February — Covered-dish supper — Trinity Church 

March— Supper Meeting— K & W Cafeteria— Election of Officers for 1982-83 

The Singles Over 50 continued their most enjoyable monthly meetings on the first 
Saturday of each month, after the election of a new slate of officers at the March 
meeting. This meeting, and the April meeting, were both held in the private dining 
room at the K & W Cafeteria in University Mall of Chapel Hill. Everyone dined in 
accordance with their own appetite, and the entire meetings were most enjoyable, with 
Spiritual, and entertaining participation of the group. 

The May meeting was graciously held at Holloway Street Baptist Church with a 
covered-dish supper, needless to say, most enjoyable! 

The June and July meetings were both held at K & W Cafeteria in University Mall of 
Chapel Hill, and all had a menu of choice, as well as desired quantity. The meeting, as 
usual, was most enjoyable! No complaints! 

The August meeting was held at the home of Mary Coleman, with homemade ice 
cream, and homemade dessert galore. Everyone consumed an overabundance, and still 
more was taken back home. Wish you could have been there! 

The September meeting was held at Trinity Baptist Church, co-sponsored by Lowe's 
Grove Baptist Church, with refreshments by the same. The meeting was reported to me 
as extraordinarily outstanding from all categories. Vice-President Inez Ferguson 
presided. I was absent. 

Our October meeting will be a covered-dish supper hosted by Immanuel Baptist 
Church. Hope you'll all be there, with a good appetite! 

Respectfully submitted, 
Claiborne Ross, President 




HAND IN HAND 
FOR WORLD MISSIONS 



YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 



REPORT OF THE RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE 

October 26, 1982 

Be it resolved, 

that the messengers assembled at the 34th Annual Session of the Yates 
Baptist Association express profound thanks to 

Moderator Gerald Goodwin 

Clerk John Deeds 
and commend them for work well done as faithful servants; 

that appreciation be expressed to 

Interim Director of Missions, Dr. Garland Hendricks 

Administrative Assistant, Faye Bassett 

Secretary Altarie Norris 
for "seeing us through" a difficult year; 

that thanks be given to the committees for their work in putting together an 
inspiring association meeting; for the impression of the speakers, the song leaders, 
soloist, chairs and instrumentalists; 

that we thank the members of the University, First and Faith Baptist 
Churches who have contributed to the enjoyment of our meeting and a special thanks to 
the following churches who provided a delicious noon day meal: Calvary, Cheek 
Heights, Durham Memorial, Faith, Fieldcrest, First, Gorman, Grace, Holloway Street, 
Plainview, Red Mountain and Ridgecrest. 

As we think of those who are now serving so well we are deeply grateful for 
the tender memory of those who were called into the presence of the Lord during this 
past year. 

Be it further resolved that the Association go on record as supporting the 
Search Committee with prayers and encouragement; that members of our churches be 
encouraged to undergird the work of the Association, not only financially, but by 
attendance at the meetings, for which the association leaders plan so well, and that has 
been suggested by the theme of this meeting, we have a SPIRIT OF LOVE, HEALING 
and VISION with a convication that the Yates Baptist Association is strategically 
located in time and geography. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Rev. A.D. Frazier 

Mrs. Huberts. Mumford 



REPORT OF THE RETIREMENT HOME FEASIBILITY STUDY COMMITTEE 

The Feasibility Study Committee of a Yates Retirement Home has made diligent 
studies of spiritual, social and physical needs of older persons, has studies financial, 
management, and design considerations including land and floor planning on the eight- 
acre gift of Yates Village Land and is in process of determining the present and expected 
wishes of our older population regarding retirement homes. 

We think this committee's recommendation will deserve greater study of interested 
persons than can be discussed in depth in an annual general meeting, and we are asking 
the Association to approve at this time a special membership meeting to consider and 
act on this recommendation as soon as it is completed, within a few months. 

We also wish now to report verbally and with slides on some of our studies and will 
answer your questions as well as we can in our limited time. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Fred Herndon, Chairman 



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REPORT OF THE YOUTH COMMITTEE 



The Youth Council met throughout this year and is beginning to take the reins of the 
Association's Youth Program. Each church is allowed up to two youth and one adult 
representative to be on this council. We are presently having about 5-8 churches 
participating. There is no reason why every church should not have a part. We meet 
regularly on the last Sunday of the month at 2:30, except December, June and July. 

In November 81, the youth held a Rally at Bethesda Baptist Church. There was good 
attendance of about 300 from 10-15 churches. Mark McMasters, a mime artist, present- 
ed the gospel through his medium. Several youth participated in song, testimony and 
leadership. 

April 3, there was another Youth Rally, this time at Westwood. Attendance was 
around 100 with 5-10 churches participating. The feature speaker was David French, a 
visiting evangelist. 

Several made decisions for Christ at these rallies. 

We rode together to the Youth Evangelism Conference, August 14, on Trailways 
buses provided free for our group by a member of Temple Church. A few under 200 
took advantage of this opportunity. 

We are trying new events in the coming year and utilizing some of the old. We joined 
the rest of the Association in having an off year this year but, we look forward to fuller 
participation this year. We offer the opportunity for big churches to lend a hand and 
for small churches, even those with only one youth, to do things they don't have the 
means, facilities or numbers to do. 



Respectfully submitted, 
Fulton Hartzog, Director 



Yates Baptist Association 

PROPOSED BUDGET 



1983 Budget 



I. FELLOWSHIP, MISSIONS, AND EVANGELISM 



101 Evangelism 

102 Baptist Campus Ministries 

103 Annual Meeting 

104 Key Leadership Conference 

105 Missions Committee 



$ 



500 
500 
550 
400 



(3) Lynn's Crossroads Mission 

106 Literacy 

107 Contact Teleministry 

108 Research Triangle Missions Committee 

109 Singles Over 50 

110 Singles 30-50 

1 1 1 Senior Adults 

112 Community Ministries 

113 Life Enrichment (Church Staff Counseling) 

1 14 Retirement Community Feasibility Study 

115 Christian Life Committee 



(1) Sumer Student Church Placement 

(2) Chaplaincy - PSO 



2,000 
600* 
600 
350 
500 
50 
200 
200 
100 
500 
1,200 
5,000 
600 



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II. PERSONNEL 

201 Interim Director of Missions 

(1) Housing 7,200 

(2) Salary 6,425 

202 Administrative Assistant 10,800 

203 Clerk 600 

204 Part-time Secretaries 8,400 

205 Adm. Assistant (use of personal car) 300 

206 Camp Caretaker 4,200 

207 Janitor 600 

208 Adm. Assistant's Retirement 1 ,080 

209 Adm. Assistant's Disability Insurance 125 

210 Christmas Bonuses 750 

2 1 1 Director ' s Travel 3 ,000 

212 Personnel (Miscellaneous) 16,275 

III. ORGANIZATIONS AND TRAINING 

301 Library & Visual Aids 700 

302 Youth Council 1 ,000 

303 Ministers' Conference 200 

304 Sunday School 

(1) On-going Program 1 ,000 

(2) 1983 Metro Enlargement 3,300 

305 Church Training 500 

306 WMU 1,350 

307 Brotherhood 400 

308 Music 1,500 

309 Convention & Conferences (for Director) 1 ,500 

310 Convention & Conferences (for Adm. Assist.) 300 

IV. OFFICE AND ADMINISTRATION 

401 Utilities 5,500 

402 Miscellaneous 500 

403 Equipment & Repairs 1 ,000 

404 Insurance 200 

405 Worker's Compensation 3 1 5 

406 Social Security 1 ,650 

407 Promotion & Study 500 

408 Printing 2,000 

409 Postage 4,000 

410 Directory 100 

41 1 Service Contracts 1 , 500 

412 Supplies 2,100 

413 Rent 4,800 

V. PROPERTIES & MANAGEMENT 

501 Garrett Road Property (property tax) 125 

502 Camp Operating Expenses 3 , 500 

503 Camp Insurance 750 

TOTALS $113,895 



*$1 ,800 to be supplied by the Baptist State Convention 

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ANNUAL FINANCIAL STATEMENT 

Oct.-Dec, 1981 Jan.-Sept., 1982 

CASH ON HAND $ 12,896.32 $ 14,173.40 

RECEIPTS: 

From Churches 22,713.80 . 76,083.91 

Sales Tax Refund 608.01 
Camp 100.03 

New Work Fund 800.00 
New Work Revolving Fund 

New Work Fund 10.00 152.30 

Interest on Checking 501 .46 

Garrett Road Property 1 ,246.50 

Other 191.53 56.55 

Reserve Fund 53.32 

Total Cash Available $ 35,911.68 $ 93,675.45 



DISBURSEMENTS: 

Fellowship, Missions, Evangelism 

Evangelism $ $ 

(1) On-going Program 

(2) Here's Hope (82.20) 400.81 
Baptist Student Unions 500.00 
Annual Meeting 542.95 15.00 
Bold Mission Thrust 186.47 
Missions Committee 

Summer Student Church Planter 500.00 

PSO Chaplaincy 1,400.00 
Migrant Ministry 
Materials 

Literacy Committee (69.40) 260.06 

Contact Teleministry 250.00 250.00 

RTM Committee 26.80 

Singles Over 50 200.00 

Singles 30-50 37.45 72.28 

Senior Adults 50.00 
Community Ministries 

Life Enrichment 600.00 
New Churches 

Retirement Community Feasibility Study 
Personnel 

Director of Missions 2,930.00 7,864.00 

Administrative Assistant 2,239.00 7,200.00 

Clerk 450.00 

Part-time Secretaries 1,982.85 5,378.15 

Adm. Assistant's Travel 225.00 

Camp Caretaker 900.00 2,925.00 

Janitor 91.50 321.00 

Adm. Assistant's Retirement 184.80 554.40 

Adm. Assistant's Insurance 20.06 95.08 

Christmas Bonuses 600.00 



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Personnel Oct.-Dec, 1981 Jan.-Sept.,1982 

Director's Retirement 813.96 1,627.92 

Director's Insurance 731.19 1,395.52 

Director's Travel 1,169.94 1,230.28 

Director's Housing 2, 100.00 6, 100.00 

Director's Utilities 650.06 1,516.62 



Organizations & Training 

Library & Visual Aids 



(1) On-going Program 


123.64 


585.30 


(2) Video Equipment 




987.76 


Youth Council 


5.00 


181.95 


Ministers' Conference 




88.00 


Sunday School 






(1) On-going Program 


52.70 


736.33 


(2) 1983 Metro-Enlargement 




990.25 


Church Training 


25.55 


231.80 


W.M.U. 


209.07 


913.65 


Brotherhood 


98.70 


331.31 


Music 


100.00 


350.94 


Convention & Conferences (for Director) 


184.04 


478.84 


Convention & Conferences (Adm. Assistant) 




29.12 


if f ice & Administration 






Utilities 


1,132.32 


3,857.61 


Contingency 


83.31 


233.95 


Equipment & Repairs 


444.56 


793.12 


Insurance 




638.00 


Workers' Compensation 


(10.00) 


261.00 


Social Security 


452.60 


939.31 


Promotion & Study 


56.80 


164.12 


Printing 


191.83 


656.86 


Postage 


762.92 


2,774.80 


Directory 




91.00 


Service Contracts 




1,216.00 


Supplies 


342.36 


1,469.19 


Rent 


1,200.00 


3,600.00 


Emergency Fund 


22.63 


(4.14) 


Social Security (Dr. Armstrong) 




1,054.00 



Properties & Management 

Garrett Road Property 363.73 

Camp Operating Expenses (797.18) 2,089.57 

Camp Insurance (125.00) 262.00 

Camp Improvement 1,820.44 

Miscellaneous 

N.C. Sales Tax 132.13 475.29 

FICA Withholding 1 1 1 .40 ( 1 1 5 .08) 

Federal Withholding 133.30 (127.39) 

State Withholding 147.69 (167.25) 

New Work Fund 39.06 1,441.31 



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1982 ANNUAL OF THE 



Miscellaneous Oct.-Dec, 1981 Jan.-Sept., 1982 

Reserve Fund 1,023.87 

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS $ 22,708.83 $ 69,563.71 



Cash on Hand, General Fund $ 13,202.85 $24,111.74 

Cash on Hand, Reserve Fund 970.55 

TOTAL CASH ON HAND $ 14,173.40 $ 24,111.74 



SUMMARY OF SPECIAL ACCOUNTS 

September, 1981 - September, 1982 

Balance at Beginning of Period -9/30/81 $ $ 84,360.30 

Dividends earned 17,004.62 
Service Fee (11.70) 
Rochelle Will 2,211.08 

Baptist State Convention 5,000.00 

Balance 9/30/82 $108,564.30 

Camp Expansion Fund 

Balance at Beginning of Period $ $ 32,008.51 

Rochelle Will 2,211.08 
Service Fee (11.70) 

Dividends 6,354.63 

Balance 9/30/82 $ 40,562.52 

Association Savings Fund 

Balance at Beginning of Period $ $ 45,720.08 

Dividends 8,490.41 

Balance 9/30/82 $ 54,210.49 

Camp Swimming Pool Fund 

Balance at Beginning of Period $ $ 125.17 

Dividends 23.80 

Balance 9/30/82 $ 148.97 

Church Expansion Fund 

Balance at Beginning of Period $ $6,506.54 

Baptist State Convention 5 ,000.00 

Dividends 2,135.78 

Balance 9/30/82 $ 13,642.32 

Total Savings 9/30/82 $108,564.3 



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1982 ANNUAL OF THE 



History of Rose of Sharon Baptist Church 

Rose of Sharon Baptist Church, located in Durham County, about five miles north- 
west of Durham, N.C., was organized October 4, 1879. For many years there had been 
occasional preaching at "Hopkins Grove." In June 1877 Elder C. Durham, pastor of 
the Durham (now the First) Baptist Church got the people about the place together, 
fixed seats and began to preach once a month at 3 o'clock in the afternoon. This was 
continued until November. In April 1878, the Durham Baptist Church employed Elder 
J.H. Freeman to preach there once a month. In May a Sabbath School was organized 
by Elder C. Durham and brother Nash Cheek, a deacon of the Durham Church, was 
made Superintendent. In August a meeting of days was held and four were baptized 
into the fellowship of the Durham Church. 

In December 1878, the Durham Baptist Church gave this mission station over to the 
Mission Board of the Mt. Zion Association. From this time up to the time of the organ- 
ization of the church Elder Jesse Howell, Missionary of the Association, preached there 
once a month. Early in the spring of 1879, due to the untiring efforts of Simpson 
Browning and C. Durham, two acres of land were secured for a church building, and in 
the summer of the same year, through the efforts of Simpson Browning and R.M. 
Jones, the house of worship was built. 

A presbytery composed of Elder Jesse Howell, J.H. Freeman, R.A. Patterson, and 
C. Durham met October 4, 1879, to organize a Baptist Church (Missionary). Elder C. 
Durham was chosen moderator and Elder R.A. Patterson, Clerk. After the reading of 
Scriptures and prayers, the presbytery examined the letters and the standing of those 
who desired to be organized into a New Testament Church and proceeded to organize 
the church. After reading and adopting a declaration of faith as published by a 
committee from the Mt. Zion Association, seventeen members were declared a 
Scriptural Church. The church then elected Elder Jesse Howell pastor, and Simpson 
Browning, R.M. Jones and William P. Newton deacons. The church agreed to pay 
Elder Howell fifty dollars to preach for them on the second Sunday in each month, and 
on Saturdays before. Then Brothers Browning and Newton were ordained by the 
presbytery to the office of deacon. Brother Jones was absent. By vote it was agreed that 
the church should be called "Rose of Sharon." 

The following men have served the church as pastor: Elder Jesse Howell, R.A. 
Patterson, J.D. Newton, C.C. Newton, C.A. Woodson, G.J. Dowell, W.H. Edwards, 
J.F. McDuffie (who served two separate times as pastor), O.W. Triplett, J.F. Crisp 
(who also served twice as pastor). W.E. Warren, L.M. Hobbs, T.M. Green, Z.B. Teel, 
Sr., Paul G. Hester, A.W. Icard, O.L. Riggs, Ralph Knight, L.T. Bridgers, Sidney 
Denman, H.E. Cherry, Frank McGuire, O.H. Harrison, Jr., C.L. Kirkman, Nelson 
Chambers, Julius Lee, and our present Pastor, Charles E. Rutt. The longest pastorate 
was that of Rev. Z.B. Teel, Sr., who served for a period of 9Vi years. 

In April 1888 a Sunday School was begun with W.S. Newton as Superintendent and 
J.L. Scott, Sr., as Assistant. Of worthy mention is the service of Mr. Charlie Hester 
who, beginning in 1908, served as Sunday School Superintendent for 17 years, as well as 
that of Mr. J.L. Scott, Sr., who served for 53 years as Clerk for the church, beginning 
October 1883. 

In September 1948 the church voted to withdraw from the Mt. Zion Association and 
to enter the then new Yates Baptist Association, and the following year (1949) with 
Sidney Denman as pastor began holding services of worship every Sunday morning. 

In 1954 the Brotherhood was formed. The W.M.U., its sister organization, had been 
organized previously in the year 1928. 

In 1955 the church voted to have a pastor to live on the field in a full-time capacity 
and in March of 1956 a parsonage was purchased. In April of that same year Rev. 
Frank McGuire became the first full-time pastor of the church. It was during this time, 
1955, the church built a "church cabin" and voted to name this building "The Rose of 
Sharon Community Center." A name which was later (1966) changed to "Rose of 

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Sharon Fellowship Hall." 

In March 1962 the church voted to purchase approximately one acre of land from 
Bryant Scott for a future building site. On January 23, 1966, the church voted to adopt 
a Building Program not to exceed $40,000 and a Building Committee was elected to 
look after getting the plans. This action was taken because there was a need felt for an 
educational building. (The Building Committee was later changed to a Survey and Long 
Range Planning Committee and two ladies to help with this were added to the previous 
committee). During this same year a new organ and a new piano were purchased and 
the following year (1967) new pews were purchased. In March 1967 the church accepted 
the bid of Montague Construction Company to build a new Educational Building. A 
ground breaking ceremony was held on Sunday, March 19, 1967, for this building. The 
building was completed and a Dedication Service was held June 25, 1967. The Rev. 
C.L. Kirkman was pastor during this time. In November 1968 the church voted to 
purchase the Steelman Property which was adjacent to the church property. A 
committee was elected to study plans for renovation of a house located on the Steelman 
property, whereby it could be used as a parsonage, and the parsonage then owned by 
the church could be sold. In 1969 the first church parsonage was sold and the pastor, 
C.L. Kirkman, and his family moved into the newly renovated house which serves as 
the present parsonage. 

In 1970 the church established its present Day Care Program as a ministry to the local 
community. 

May 14, 1972, the church voted to build a new sanctuary including seven classrooms 
and a baptistry at an estimated cost of $85,000. L.A. Downey and Son was given the 
contract. A ground breaking ceremony was held June 18, 1972, and the building was 
completed the following year. The first service was held in the new building on Sunday, 
January 14, 1973, with the Rev. Nelson Chambers, pastor. 

In October 1976 the church voted to call a full-time Director of Music and Youth and 
David Cooke was hired to fill this position. At his resignation, Rose Pleasants, was 
hired and at her resignation the present Director, Mark Hill, hired. 

In March 1977 the church voted to accept the low bid of $81,815 from Trout-Riggs 
for the building of a fellowship hall and gym which would serve as a multi-purpose 
building. This building known as the "Christian Fellowship Center" was completed 
and ready for use in 1977. The following year, 1979, the old fellowship hall was 
renovated in order to provide 5 new classrooms. 

In 1979 the church voted to add additional parking to the present facilities and in 
September of that year work was begun by the William Muirhead Construction Com- 
pany to be completed by Homecoming Day the first Sunday in October. At this time the 
100th Anniversary of the Rose of Sharon Baptist Church was observed. 

In May, 1982 the church voted to purchase two musical instruments for the church 
sanctuary - a Baby Grand Piano and Rogers Organ. The piano has been purchased and 
is now in use with plans to have the organ by Homecoming Day, October 3, 1982. 

YEARS FOR PUBLISHING CHURCH HISTORIES 
IN THE MINUTES 



1983 Lowe's Grove and Mount Carmel 

1984 Farrington Road and West Durham 

1985 University and Watts Street 

1986 Durham Memorial and Cheek Heights 

1987 Holloway Street and Immanuel 

1988 Trinity and Gorman 

1989 Guess Road and Calvary 

1990 Plainview and Westwood 

1991 Park View and Bethesda 

1992 Yates and Olive Branch 

1993 Temple and Angier Avenue 



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1982 ANNUAL OF THE 



1994 Red Mountain and Ephesus 

1995 Grey Stone and Edgemont 

1996 Carrboro and Grace 

1997 Lakewood and First 

1998 Mount Hermon and Ebenezer 

1999 Faith and Ridgecrest 

2000 Hope Valley and Cresset 

2001 Homestead Heights and Fieldcrest 

2002 Page Road and Parkwood 

2003 Bells and Cedar Fork 

2004 Lystra and Braggtown 

2005 Berea and Mount Pisgah 

2006 Mount Moriah and Mount Gilead 



MEALS FOR ASSOCIATIONAL & W.M.U. ANNUAL MEETINGS 



1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 



1988 



W.M.U. Annual 
Meeting 
(Spring) 


Group 
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Group 
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Group 
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Group 
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Group 
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Group 
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Group 
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Group 
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Group 
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Braggtown 
Carrboro 
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Bells 

Cresset 

Ephesus 



Guess Road 
Immanuel 
Mt. Hermon 



Mt. Moriah 
Rose of Sharon 
University 



Farrington Road Mt. Carmel 
Lakewood Mt. Gilead 

Lystra Mt. Pisgah 



Watts Street 

Westwood 

Ebenezer 



Parkwood 

Temple 

Yates 



Group III 

Calvary Faith 

Cheek Heights Fieldcrest 

Durham Memorial First 



Gorman 
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Holloway Street 



Plainview 
Red Mountain 
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Group IV 

Angier Avenue 

Berea 

Bethesda 



Cedar Fork 
Edgemont 
Homestead Hgts. 



Hope Valley 
Lowe's Grove 
Olive Branch 



Park View 
Trinity 
Page Road 



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YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 



3tt ifltemoram 

ANGIER AVENUE: Mrs. Thelma Aiken, Albert Blalock, Mrs. Ivey Carlton Mrs 
Gladys Cates, Mrs. Pearl Connor, Bennie Fowler, Mrs. Lena Harris, Mrs. Vader 
Ferrell Jackson, Mrs. Barnie Johnson King, Mrs. Alice Neal Lloyd, Mrs Alberta 
Maynard, A.B. Stone, Sr., Miss Mabel Young. 
BELLS: Garland McCoy, Mrs. Lydia Sandy. 
BEREA: Mrs. Alma Vickers. 

BETHESDA: Marvin L. Kelly, B.K. Fox, Garland Ferrell, Mrs. Howard Rich, Ralph A. 
Glenn, Timothy Yates, Ralph Scott, Mrs. Pearl Strickland, Mrs. Mary L. Perry, Mrs. 
Pauline Wilson, Mrs. E. Louise Andrews. 

BRAGGTOWN: J.C. Gunter, Mrs. E.J. Shaw, Mrs. Coma Hill, Mrs. Nellie Casey, 
A.V. Willett, Mrs. Margaret Pearce. 

CALVARY: Deacon W. Leslie Creech, Mrs. Flora Hutchins, Louis Rich, Deacon Coy 
Watson. 

CARRBORO: Tharman Best, Mrs. Jim Couch, Larry Crane, Mrs. Jeter Ellington. 

CEDAR FORK: Malcom Glover, Mrs. Maggie Merritt, Ober L. Wilson. 

CHEEK HEIGHTS: Mrs. Edna Cannada, Rupert Cannada, Emmett Chandler, Mrs. 

Hattie Perry, T.R. Moore. 

CRESSET: Raymond Ingraham. 

DURHAM MEMORIAL: Marshall Cash, W.B. Cash, Mrs. Aurelia Davis, G.W. King, 
H.L. Nash, Jr., Mrs. Ann Parrish, Mrs. Mabel Parrish, Mrs. Christine Watson, Wiley 
Roods. 

EBENEZER: Charlie Cook, Mrs. Bedie Ball, Mrs. Cathaleen Gaydou. 
EDGEMONT: Mrs. Fairrie Rigsbee, Deacon Claude Barbour, Mrs. W.R. Parker, 
Claiborne Stone, Miss Edith Carpenter, Mrs. W.W. Holmes, Mrs. Emma Barbee, Mrs. 
A.J. Whitaker. 

EPHESUS: Arnold W. Capps (Deacon), Alton Harward, Mrs. Hazel Gunter, C. Edgar 

King. 

FAITH: 

FARRINGTON ROAD: None 
FIELDCREST: Dennis M. Denton 

FIRST: Traywick Newton, Mrs. R.E. O'Briant, Andrew Pickett, Mrs. Lenoir 
Montsinger, D. Earl Miles, Miss Eloise E. Sherman, Mrs. Sue Waters, David Riddle, 
Mrs. Courtney Riddle, Mrs. Courtney St. Clair, James Carpenter, L.H. Pollok, Mrs. 
L.H. Pollok, Louis Richman, Mrs. Zona O'Briant. 

GORMAN: Adolphus Veasey, Mrs. Naomi Hudson, F.E. Steed, Jr., Mrs. H.S. 
Shankle, Mrs. Lela Weaver, Mrs. Grace Veasey, Mrs. Stephanie Payne, B.W. 
Fogleman, Joe Veasey, Harold Broughton, R.L. Emory, Sr., Mrs. Nina Cates, Miss - 
Noye Ray. 

GRACE: Harry Ballard, Mrs. F.Q. Barbee, Mrs. W.W. Childress, H.C. Haithcock, 
E.S. Pearce, Mrs. R.F. Perry, David Rogers, Deacon Coy W. Shar, Sr., O.C. Wells, 
Mrs. B.W. Whitt. 

GREY STONE: G. Cleveland Allen, Otho M. Bailey, Mrs. Emma Bryant, Charles 
Cannada, Ira Cheek, George Tonway, Marcus Edgerton, Clarence Mangum, Mrs. Ella 
Nash, William Parker, Mrs. Bessie Powers, Mrs. Allice Rigsbee, Mrs. Frances 
Strayhorn, Mrs. Lessie Wallace, Mrs. Rebecca Wiley, Mrs. Ruth Williams. 
GUESS ROAD: Mrs. Joanne Atkins, Mrs. Nannie Carver, Mrs. Ira Mae Russell, 
Moody D. Riddle, William Autry, Mrs. Marvel Clements, William Browning, Miss 
Georgia Newton, Mrs. Becky Taylor. 

HOLLOWAY STREET: Mrs. Minnie Carden, John Wilson Pritchard, Rev. H.S. 
Mumford, Percy Weaver, Vestus R. Rigsbee, J. Ernest Temple, Mrs. W.R. Peele, Mrs. 
J.W. Dixon, J. Luther Tingen. 

HOMESTEAD HEIGHTS: W. Wilson Sprouse, Peter Wray, Mrs. Delia Silva, Mrs. 
Carolyn Hobgood, Charles Robson. 



1982 ANNUAL OF THE 



HOPE VALLEY: None 

IMMANUEL: Robert Watkins, J.W. Whitaker, Mrs. Carrie Carthen. 

LAKEWOOD: Worth Arnold, Bessie Curtis, William Howard, J. Edward Hughes, 

Stewart C. Rigsbee, Lida Wilkerson. 

LOWE'S GROVE: Mrs. Cornelia Herndon, Mrs. Ruby Goodwin, Mrs. Lelia L. 
Godwin, Mr. Bernice Cheek. 
LYSTRA: Deacon J. Bunn Riggsbee. 

MT. CARMEL: Mrs. Marguerite Yeargan Cash (non-resident), Clyde Merritt (non- 
resident). 

MT. GILEAD: Clarence Smith. 

MT. HERMON: Oscar Hicks, Mrs. Peggy Link, Lewis Harris, Mrs. Lois Rich, Mrs. 
Annie Lee, Mrs. Mozelle Shambley. 

MT. MORIAH: Mrs. Clair Wilkins, Mrs. Olive Strayhorn, Dalton Tillman. 

MT. PISGAH: Mrs. Hettie Lawrence, Kenneth Ray, Mrs. Lois Ferrell, Mrs. Elizabeth 

Woods. 

OLIVE BRANCH: J.G. Haithcock, Wayland Lynn, Glennie Wheelous. 
PAGE ROAD: Mrs. Katie Ellis. 

PARK VIEW: Mrs. Hattie Workman, Claudius Pickett, Mrs. Bessie Harris. 
PARKWOOD: None 
PLAINVIEW: None 

RED MOUNTAIN: Mrs. Gladys Partin, Mrs. Odell Bowen, Mrs. Fredie Hicks, Mrs. 
Johnny Mangum, Simon Crabtree. 

RIDGECREST: Euell Hunt, Otto Mayes, Sr., Mrs. Carrie Carthen, Gerlad Walker. 
ROSE OF SHARON: Robert Lee Hutchins, Mrs. Bettie Scott, Silas Hunter, Ezra 
Hunt, Mrs. Carrie Morgan. 

TEMPLE: James D. Andrews, Ernest Mangum, Mrs. J.B. Cooke, Linwood B. 
Christian, William B. Faucette, Mrs. Boone D. Tillett, Mrs. E.M. Tapp, Mrs. W.B. 
Autry, Mrs. John Herbert Chappell, Mrs. U.L. McKinney, Howard L. Younts, Jr., 
Mrs. Reva Stewart Kincaid, Robert P. Rich, Mrs. Mary Simpson, Mrs. Gilbert McGill, 
Mrs. Joe Farrell, Miss Marie Pickett, Claude T. Vickers, Mrs. Fred Perkins, Moses 
Thurman Chambers, Mrs. C. Holt King, Theodore T. Pickett, Mrs. E.L. Council, Sr. 
TRINITY: Duryl Cross. 
UNIVERSITY: None 

WATTS STREET: Ms. Helen H. Hyde, Mrs. Nell C. McKee, Thaddaeus B. Hall, A.H. 
Wernew, Mrs. Julia Fornes, Mrs. Evelyn Spoon, Mrs. Jane W. Sullivan, Forrest A. 
Pollard, Jr. 

WESTWOOD: George House, Mrs. Mary Stowe. 

YATES: Mrs. Beulah Motley, Mrs. Edna Pearce, Mrs. Barbara Pate, Carl Williams, 
Mrs. Sally Hall, Deacon N.P. Terrell, St., Deacon Ollie Yeargan. 



YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION CHURCHES 



October, 1982 



CHURCHES 



MAILING ADDRESS TELEPHONE PASTOR 



Angier Avenue 



Box 1 1 296, Durham 596-6430 
27703 

Rt. 3, Box 140, Apex 362-4392 
27502 

5111 Fayetteville Road, 
Durham 27713 

1914 S. Miami Blvd., 596-2158 
Durham 27703 

P.O. Box 15022, 477-6440 
Durham 27704 



Crate Jones 



Bells 



Chuck Miller 



Berea 



J. A. Fogleman 



Bethesda 



Ernest Ferrell 



Braggtown 



Carl E. Herweyer 



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CHURCHES 

Calvary 
Carrboro 
Cedar Fork 
Cheek Heights 
Cresset 



MAILING ADDRESS TELEPHONE 

596-2592 



1204 Lynn Road, 
Durham 27703 

P.O. Box 156, Carrboro 967-3056 
27510 

Rt. 1, Box 229, 
Morrisville 27560 
826 N. Hardee Street 
27703 

3707 Garrett Road 27707489-2655 
Durham Memorial 2703 Holloway Street 596-7350 
27703 

Ebenezer Rt. 2, Box 422-A, 383-6668 

Durham 27712 
Edgemont 1003 E. Main Street 682-3251 

27701 

Ephesus Rt. 7, Box 287, Durham 489-4483 

27707 

Faith 3321 Cheek Road 27704 682-8750 

Farrington Road Rt. 1 , Box 121, 

Chapel Hill 27514 
Fieldcrest 1815 Glenn School Road 682- 1 248 

27704 

First 414 Cleveland Street 688-7308 

27701 

**Good Samaritan P.O. Box 17588, 688-5888 

Durham 27703 
Gorman 3315 E. Geer Street 688-3947 

27704 

Grace 1004 N. Mangum Street 688-6765 

27701 

Grey Stone P.O. Box 2686, Durham 286-2281 

27705 

Guess Road 3102 Guess road 27705 477-4893 

Holloway Street 1415 Holloway Street 688-471 1 
27703 

Homestead Heights 4007 Holt School Road 477-3859 
27704 

Hope Valley 6900 Garrett Road 27707 493-1 809 

Immanuel 3573 Hillsborough Road 383-1422 

27705 

Lakewood 2100 Chapel Hill Road 489-2537 

27707 

Lowe's Grove 4430 S. Alston Avenue 544-1888 
27713 

Lystra Rt. 7, Box 1 52, 933-6324 

Chapel Hill 27514 
Mt. Carmel Rt. 7, Box 224, 933-8565 

Chapel Hill 27514 
Mt. Gilead Rt. 4, Box 120, 542-2431 

Pittsboro 27312 
Mt. Hermon Rt. 1, Box 388, Durham 383-2982 

27705 

Mt. Moriah Rt. 7, Box 182, Durham 489-3425 

27707 

Mt. Pisgah Rt. 3, Box 16, Apex 362-7951 



PASTOR 

James E. West 

Jesse J. Croom 

Fred Williams 

Joe Bostic 

Jerry Collins 
Gerald C. Goodwin 

Tobie P. Stone, Jr. 

Forest Gale 

Wofford Boyd 

Roger C. Wall 
Jimmy L. Nickelston 

Billy Lynch 

Charles Harris 

Harold J. Cobb, Jr. 

Julian M. Motley 

Frank Zedick 

Malbert Smith, Jr. 

Ernest G. Holt 
Dewey W. Kerr 

Larry Harper 

James I. Murphy 
Dennis Hill 

Everette J. Smith 

Robert Clegg 

Robert L. Tyson, Jr. 

Larry B. Wilson 

Keithen M. Tucker 

Jerry Harper 

Robert D. Weatherly 

Joe B. Zimmerman 



27502 



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CHURCHES 


MAILING ADDRESS 


TELEPHONE PASTOR 


Olive Branch 


123 Olive Branch Road 


596-8907 


l_f q rnl H T Pnmfolt 

ndiuiu jl. Kumien 




27703 






Page Road 


Rt. 4, Box 327, Durham 596-3968 


Stanley Bergquist 




27703 






Park View 


2500 Acadia Street 


477-7497 


Richard T. Davis 




27704 






Parkwood 


1515 Clermont Road 


544-1347 


t)avid G. Moore 




27713 






Plainview 


Rt. 5, Box 688, Durham 682-2591 


Bob Duncan 




27704 






Red Mountain 


P.O. Box 103, 




Tom Jordan 




Rougemont 27572 






Ridgecrest 


222 Midland Road 27712 477-5426 


Carl K. Garner 


Rose of Sharon 


4103 Guess road 27712 


477-3993 


Charles E. Rutt 


Temple 


807 W. Chapel Hill St. 


688-7397 


M.Clay War f 


Trinity 


2123 So Hi Drive 27703 


596-6407 


Benny Barron 


University 


P.O. Box 508, 


942-2157 


Thomas W. Downing, Jr. 




Chapel Hill 27514 






Watts Street 


P.O. Box 3003, Durham 688-1366 


Robert F. McClernon 




27705 






West Durham 


1901 Athens St. 27707 


682-4453 


Harold J. Cobb, Sr. 


Westwood 


2031 W. Club Blvd. 


286-1593 


Emory McMillan Bare 




27705 






Yates 


2819 Chapel Hill Road 


489-2309 


C. Ronald Cumbie 




27707 






Yates Assoc. 


2821 Chapel Hill Road 


489-3396 


*Dr. Garland Hendricks 




27707 






Supt. Camp Ground Rt. 6, Box 181 -A, 


596-6689 


Mrs. George Funderburk 




Durham 27703 






♦Interim 


**Watchcare 







ASSOCIATE/ASSISTANT PASTORS 

Angier Avenue— W. Fulton Hartzog, 2515 Camellia St. 27705, 477-9115 
Durham Memorial— Ronald C. Benson, 141 1 Tyonek Drive 27703, 596-1215 
Ebenezer— Joe Price, 901 Chalk Level Rd. 27704, 471-9758 
First— Bennie Littlejohn, 4219 A E Cornwallis 27713, 544-5426 
Grey Stone— William T. Brogden, 612 Hugo St. 27704, 477-0395 
Homestead Heights— Tom Furlow, 502 Carver St. 27704, 471-3605 
Mt. Hermon— Richard Vinson, 210 Alexander #E 27705, 684-1701 
Park View— Roger Lee, 2308 N. Roxboro Rd. 27704, 477-1222 
Parkwood— Fred Stewart, #5 Parkwood Manor 277 1 3 . 544-2656 
Ridgecrest— Larry Taylor, 3018 Little River Dr., Hillsborough 27278, 471-2468 
West Durham— Oliver Johnson, 405-D Lynn Court, Cary, N.C. 2751 1, 467-8752 
Westwood— John S. Hammett, 2 Wisteria Ave. 27704, 477-1 155 

MINISTERS OF EDUCATION 

Bethesda— Phil Wiggins, 3215 Rochelle Dr. 27703, 596-7772 

Durham Memorial— H. Moran Whitley, 2721 Holloway St. 27703, 596-6387 

Ebenezer— Joe Price, 901 Chalk Level Rd. 27704, 471-9758 

Gorman— Wayne Schlink, 2532 Ardsley Dr. 27704, 688-4266 

Grace— M.C. Rogerson, Rt. 3, Box 130, Wake Forest 27587, 556-6698 

Grey Stone— J. Wallace Fowler, 38-A Colonial Apts. 27707, 489-8891 

Guess Road— Craig Dallas, 2603 Kirk Rd. 27705, 477-1352 

Plainview— Ed Denton, Box 2263 SEBTS, Wake Forest, 27587, 556-9984 



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Ridgecrest— Wiley Oakley, 4907 Seterra Bend 27712, 477-1083 
Temple— Harold Craig, 2519 Wilbon St. 27704, 471-4688 
University— Michael Williams, Box 508, Chapel Hill 27514, 942-2157 
Watts Street— Richard E. Chorley, Box 3003 27705, 688-1366 
Yates— Thomas C. Newboult, Rt. 1 , Box 267 27705, 383-6708 

MINISTERS OF YOUTH 

Bethesda— Phil Wiggins, 3215 Rochelle Dr. 27703, 596-7772 

Cresset— A. Keith Hollar, 3820 Hillgrand Dr. 27705, 383-5760 

Durham Memorial— H. Moran Whitley, 2721 Holloway St. 27703, 596-6387 

Ebenezer— Joe Price, 901 Chalk Level Rd. 27704, 471-9758 

Edgemont— Mark Moser, 901 Chalk Level Rd. 27704, 477-7607 

First— Mr. Kim Williams, 109 Davidson Ave. 27704, 471-2420 

Gorman— Herbert Gray, 3307 E. Geer St. 27704, 682-7548 

Grace— M.C. Rogerson, III, Rt. 3, Box 130 27587, 556-6698 

Grace— M.C. Rogerson, III, Rt. 3, Box 130, Wake Forest 27587, 556-6698 

Guess Road— Craig Dallas, 2603 Kirk Rd. 27705, 477-1352 

Holloway Street— Ben Vogler, 1415 Holloway St. 27703, 688-471 1 

Homestead Heights— Tom Furlow, 502 Carver St. 27704, 471-3605 

Hope Valley— Mrs. Warren Joyner, Rt. 3, Box 166-B, King Scott Rd. 27713, 544-3404 

Lystra— Miss Vivian Cole, Rt. 7, Box 565, Chapel Hill 27514, 933-2133 

Mt. Hermon— Richard Vinson, 210 Alexander #E 27705, 684-1701 

Mt. Moriah— James Taylor, Rt. 7, Box 172A 27707, 493-3889 

Olive Branch— Miss Susan Elliott, Box 2132, SEBTS, Wake Forest 27587 

Page Road— Mark Beasley, 1906 Bethesda Ave. 27703, 596-2491 

Parkwood— Fred Stewart, #5 Parkwood Manor 27713, 544-2656 

Plainview— Ed Denton, Box 2263 SEBTS, Wake Forest 27587, 556-9984 

Ridgecrest— Larry Taylor, 3018 Little River Dr., Hillsborough 27578, 471-2468 

Rose of Sharon— Mark A. Hill, Box 2195 SEBTS, Wake Forest 27587, 556-3435 

Yates— Tedford Reed, 2819 Chapel Hill Rd. 27707, 489-2309 

MINISTERS OF RECREATION 

Cresset— J. L. Glenn, 102 Landsbury Dr. 27707 489-8695 

Durham Memorial— H. Morgan Whitley, 2721 Holloway St. 27703, 596-6387 

Ebenezer— Joe Price 901 Chalk Level Rd. 27704, 471-9758 

Grey Stone— Garland Bryant, 711 Hammond St. 27704, 477-6707 

Guess Road— Craig Dallas, 2603 Kirk Rd. 27705, 477-1352 

Holloway Street— Chester Rives, 1 141 N. Miami Blvd. 27703, 688-8301 

Page Road— Mark Beasley, 1906 Bethesda Ave. 27703, 596-2491 

Plainview— Ed Denton, Box 2263 SEBTS, Wake Forest 27587, 556-9984 

Ridgecrest— Larry Taylor, 3018 Little River Dr., Hillsborough 27278, 471-2468 

West Durham— Eugene Harrington, 621 Massey Ave. 27701, 682-3910 

Yates— Tom Newboult, Rt. 1, Box 267 27705, 383-6708 

ORGANIST OR PIANIST 

Angier Avenue— Mrs. D.L. Mercer, 931 Jones Cr. 27703, 596-9152 
Bells— Tim Davidson, Box 841, Pittsboro 27312, 542-2040 
Berea— Ms. Joyce Ellis, Rt. 3, Fayetteville 27713, 544-1975 
Bethesda— Ms. Martha Thomas, 1509 Turner St. 27703, 596-1207 
Braggtown— Mrs. Ray Alderson, 6002 Baird St. 27712, 477-8039 
Calvary— Mrs. Edward E. Rose, 819 Midway Ave. 27703, 596-0847 
Carrboro— Miss Donna Cooke, 53 Hamilton Rd., Chapel Hill, NC 27514, 967-2088 
Cedar Fork— Mrs. Gayle C. Rowland, 1031 Ivy Lane, Cary 2751 1, 469-3886 
Cheek Heights— Mrs. Ed Bryant, 1822 Penrod Rd. 27704, 682-5241 
Cresset— Steve Yandle, 3221 Chapel Hill Rd. 27707, 493-2231 

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Durham Memorial— Mrs. Bobbie Vaughan, Rt. 3, Box 391 -D, Hillsborough, NC 27278 
732-9960 

Ebenezer— Mrs. Lois Harder, Box 272, Hillsborough, NC 27278, 732-3120 
Edgemont— Mrs. Mike Poole, 303 S. Benjamine St. 27703, 596-7111 
Ephesus— Michael C. Hester, Box 17078 27705, 834-6080 

Farrington— Ms. Linda Tingen, Rt. 6, Box 116, Chapel Hill. NC 27514. 544-7090 
Fieldcrest— Mrs. Florence Dowd. 928 Old Oxford Hwv. 27704, 471-9469 
First— Mrs. Violet Luther, 204 Chateau Rd. 27704, 471-4631 . 
Gorman— Mrs. Peggy Thomerson, 3621 Redwood Rd. 27704, 682-2866 
Grace— Wm. Burke Raper, 1303 Washingon St. 27701, 682-7351 
Grey Stone— Mrs. Philip Hartung, 225 Landsbury Dr. 27707, 489-3809 
Guess Road— Miss Peggy Clayton, 2715 Carver St. 27705, 477-3652 
Holloway Street— Mrs. Phyllis Anderson, Rt. 2, Box 639-E, Chapel Hill, NC 27514 
383-5077 

Homestead Heights— Mrs. Robert Helms, Rt. 1, Box 272-D, Hillsborough, NC 27278 
732-4089 

Hope Valley— Mrs. Dana Kelly, Rt. 3, Box 272A 27713, 544-3295 
Immanuel— Mrs. Linny Wrenn, 210 Oak Hill Dr. 27712 

Lakewood— Mrs. Peggie Murray, Rt. 1, Box 124, Efland, NC 27243, 732-6668 
Lowe's Grove— Miss Beth Love, 6330 Farrett Rd. 27713, 489-0056 
Lystra— Kevin Kelly, I-D Townehouse Apts., Chapel Hill, NC 27514, 942-6676 
Mt. Carmel— Mrs. Ken Vickers, Rt. 7, Box 259, Chapel Hill, NC 27514, 933-7981 
Mt. Gilead— Mrs. J.A. Tripp, Rt. 3, Box 28, Pittsboro, NC 27312, 542-3808 
Mt. Hermon— Mrs. Carlton Couch, 4813 West Hills Dr. 27705, 383-2208 
Mt. Moriah— Mrs. Clyde Carroll, 4814 Erwin Rd. 27705, 489-9333 
Mt. Pisgah— Greg Pierce, 214A Scarlet Dr., Chapel Hill, NC 27514, 942-6462 
Olive Branch— Robert Williamson, 427 Belmont Dr. 27703, 596-6752 
Page Road— Mrs. Mary L. Tilley, Rt. 6, Box 486 27703, 596-2254 
Park View— Mrs. Phillip Martin, 526A N. College St., Wake Forest, NC 27587, 556- 
6205 

Parkwood— Mrs. Claudia Green, #3 Parkwood Manor 27713, 544-7108 
Plainview— Mrs. Burnice Smith, 3117 Cheek Rd. 27704, 688-3556 
Red Mountain— Mrs. Diane Poole, Rt. 1, Bahama, NC 27503, 471-2431 
Ridgecrest— Herman Gruber, 1205 Snow Hill Rd., Bahama, NC 27503, 477-6561 
Rose of Sharon— Mrs. Milton Belcher, 5723 Guess Rd. 27712, 477-3852 
Temple— Mrs. Daryl Poe, 3822 Hermine St. 27705, 471-9281 
Trinity— Mrs. Charles Dismuke, Rt. 3, Box 199-A 27703, 467-2156 
University— Ms. Carla Zecher, Box 508, Chapel Hill, NC 27514, 942-1157 
West Durham— Leon Cole, 814 Arnette Ave. 27701, 682-0814 
Westwood— Mrs. Sheila Glosson, 5327 Old Hillsborough Rd. 27705, 383-6281 
Yates— Mark Mclntyre, 1800 Williamsburg Rd. #18-E 27707, 489-6376 

CHURCH MEDIA CENTER/LIBRARY DIRECTORS 

Angier Avenue— Mrs. John Laverty, 1508 Sycamore St. 27707, 489-4081 
Bethesda— Ms. Eloys Lilly, 1407 S. Miami Blvd. 27703, 596-2237 
Braggtown— Mrs. Ray Corn, 231 Latta Rd. 27704, 477-3518 
Calvary— Miss Glenda LaCoste, 1828 Liberty St. 27703, N/L 
Carrboro— Mrs. Robert Shrewsbury, 107 Lilac Dr., Carrboro 27510, 967-3076 
Cedar Fork— Mrs. Dennis Couch, Rt. 1, Box 316, Morrisville 27560, 544-2064 
Durham Memorial— Mrs. Shirley Brame, 2901 Ross Rd. 27703, 596-6290 
Ebenezer— Mrs. Pam Riley, Rt. 2, Box 525 27705, 383-4301 
Ephesus— Mrs. Curtis Booker, Rt. 6, Box 166, Chapel Hill 27514, 489-7287 
First— Mrs. Marjorie Watkins, 2501 State St. 27704, 477-5551 
Gorman— Mrs. Cindy Gann, 1504 Logan St. 27704, 682-2696 
Grace— Mrs. E.B. Hobgood, 207 W. Murray 27704, 477-6862 
Grey Stone— Mrs. John Freeman, 1436 Acadia St 27701, 682-7154 
Guess Road— Miss Teresa Sumner, 2614 Soarger Rd. 27705, 383-201 1 

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Holloway Street— Miss Sheila Durham, 1213 N. Miami Blvd. 27703, 682-7824 
Homestead Heights— Harold Moore, 310 Argonne Dr. 27704, 477-61 15 
Hope Valley— Mrs. Phyllis Edwards, 1800 Williamsburg, Apt. IE, 27707, 489-6442 
Immanuel— Mrs.Pat Coghill, 307 Latta Rd. 27712, 477-6921 
Lakewood— Ms. Bambi Smith, 1710 Bedford St. 27707, 489-9560 
Mt. Carmel— Mrs. Ellen S. Cheek, Madison Womble Rd., Rt. 7, Chapel Hill 27514 
933-7971 

Mt. Hermon— Mrs. Dianne Roggli, 111 BrenroseCr. 27705, 383-8819 
Mt. Moriah— Mrs. Ronald Nichols, 1507 Logan St. 27707, 682-7583 
Mt. Pisgah— Ms. Lora Sears, Rt. 3, Apex 27502, 362-6292 
Olive Branch— Mrs. Robert Taylor, Rt. 6, Box 322, 27703, 596-5336 
Park View— Mrs. Carlton Harrell, 410 Argone Dr. 27704, 477-5369 
Parkwood— Mrs. Linda Pierce, 5308 Revere Rd. 27713, 544-2186 
Plainview— Mrs. George Woods, 2552 Ardsley Dr. 27704, 688-8609 
Ridgecrest— Mrs. Janie Clements, Rt. 1, Box 195, Bahama 27503, 477-3484 
Watts Street— Mrs. Barbara Newman, 4304 Rhew Dr. 27704, 477-4983 
Westwood— Mrs. J. Linwood Tew, 706 Frasier St. 27704, 477-4617 
Yates— Ms. Cindy Harmon, 3016 Dixon Rd. 27707, 493-5342 
Fieldcrest— Mrs. Fannie Norris, 1825 Glenn Rd. 27704, 682-1743 

CHURCH SECRETARIES 

Angier Avenue— Mrs. Allen D. Austin, Jr., 104 Galay Lne. 27703, 596-6360 
Bells— Mrs. Angelia Joyner, 4816 Altha St., 851-1303 
Berea — None, Raleigh 

Bethesda— Ms. Betty Lamb, 1 107 Park Ave. 27703, 688-2543 
Braggtown— Mrs. Adrianne Mangan, 816 Louisa Cr. 27701, 383-7039 
Calvary— Mrs. Margie Faulkner, 3224 Rowena Ave. 27703, 596-2318 
Carrboro— Mrs. James Greenlee, 100 Lilac Dr., Carrboro 27510, 929-3776 
Cedar Fork — None 

Cheek Heights— Miss Kay Ladd, 441 1 Rhew Dr. 27704, 477-1 137 

Cresset— Mrs. Carol Roycroft, 3428 Randolph Rd. 27705, 489-3079 

Durham Memorial— Mrs. Mary Foushee, 109 N. Joyland Ave. 27703, 596-5845 

Ebenezer— Ms. Cathy Wallace, Rt. 2, Box 470A 27705, 383-4747 

Edgemont— Mrs. Ashland Gale, 626 Hammond Ave. 27704, 477-5320 

Ephesus— Mrs. Betty Bowling, 207 Gary Rd., Carrboro 27510, 967-6633 

Faith 

Farrington Road— Ms. Linda Tingen, Rt. 6, Box 1 16, Chapel Hill 27514, 544-7090 
Fieldcrest — None 

First— Mrs. Barbara Atkinson, 212 Pinegate #9, Chapel Hill 27514, 489-1359 
Good Samaritan 

Gorman— Mrs. Blanche Thornton, Rt. 1, Box 13, Bahama 27503, 477-8075 

Grace— Mrs. J.H. Royal, 4510 Cheshire Ct. 27705, 383-5686 

Grey Stone— Miss Louise Garrard, 1306-H Leon St. 27705, 477-0551 

Guess Road— Miss Betsy Taylor, 3108 Guess Rd. 27705, 477-8673 

Holloway Street— Mrs. Juanita Parnell, 302 Wellington Dr. 27704, 471-1423 

Homestead Heights— Mrs. W.B. Turner, Oak Forest Dr. 27712, 477-7692 

Hope Valley— Mrs. Larry Taylor, 3018 Little River, Hillsborough 27278, 471-2468 

Immanuel— Mrs. E.C. Cannon, 3721 Cambridge 27705, 489-8382 

Lakewood— Mrs. Shirley Robertson, 1505 Blount St. 27707, 489-1521 

Lowe's Grove— Mrs. Janice G. Bost, Box 221, Morrisville 27560, 467-2772 

Lystra— Miss Vivian Cole, Rt. 7, Box 565, Chapel Hill 27514, 933-2133 

Mt. Carmel — None 

Mt. Gilead — None 

Mt. Hermon— Mrs. Waylon Godwin, Rt. 2, Box 386, Chapel Hill 27514, 383-4244 
Mt. Moriah— Mrs. Barbara Walker, 6607 Garrett Rd. 27705, 489-4307 
Mt. Pisgah — None 

Olive Branch— Mrs. Harold Rumfelt, 339 Olive Branch Rd. 27703, 596-0928 
Page Road— Mrs. Betty L. Farrell, 4522 Holloman Rd. 27703, 596-8751 

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Park View— Mrs. Sonny Newcomb, 6728 Lockwood Dr. 27712, 477-2593 
Parkwood— Mrs. Joan Breese, 5321 Pelham Rd. 27713, 544-1566 
Plainview— Mrs. Roy Partin, 2708 Mansfield 27703, 596-4225 
Red Mountain — None 

Ridgecrest— Mrs. Jacqueline McFarland, 51 14 Kenwood Rd. 27712, 471-2386 
Rose of Sharon— Mrs. Leslie Jarrell, 1205 Donphil Rd. 27712, 471-8387 
Temple— Mrs. Daryl Poe, 3822 Hermine St. 27705, 471-9281 
Trinity— Mrs. M.W. Woodell, 2117 Eastwood 27703, 596-1782 
University— Ms. Jane S. Stephenson, Box 5081, Chapel Hill 27514, 942-2157 
Watts Street— Ms. Hildred E. Cassel, Box 3003 27705, 688-1366 
West Durham— Mrs. Linda McKinnie, 908 Corona St. 27707, 688-8842 
Westwood— Mrs. Ronald W. Lewis, 5931 Crabapple Rd. 27712, 471-4804 
Yates— Ms. Shirley Pickett, 3121 Pickett Rd. 27705, 489-6708 



ORDAINED MINISTERS 

Angier Avenue— Leo T. Bridgers (I), 2905 Monroe St. 27705, 489-8913 

Cedar Fork— Don Brown (CH), 303 Noble Oaks Dr., Savannah, Georgia 31406 

Cresset— John R. McKee (I, CH), 230 Landsbury Dr. 27707, 493-1823 

Hunter Hobgood (I), 3300 Shannon Rd., Apt. #19-C 27707, 493-1392 
Ebenezer— Jack Moody, Rt. 4, Box 750, Nichols, S.C. 29581 
First— Thad Ashley (I), 2612 Roxboro Rd. 27704, 477-5659 

Sterling Garrard (I), 3815 Hillgrand 27705, 383-1796 
Gorman— John T. Edwards (R), 3208 E. Geer St. 27704, 688-8446 
Grace— James Bland (I), Box 392, 27702, 489-2322 

Lawrence Knott (CH), 2710 Sparger Rd. 27705, 383-3653 

Red Stone (EP), 5114 Pine Trail Dr. 27712 
Grey Stone— Boyce Creamer (CH), 2002 W. Club Blvd. 27705, 286-1572 

Dr. John Freeman (PI), 1436 Acadia St. 27701, 682-7154 

Russell Cawthon (I), 625 Hugo St. 27704, 471-6376 

Bob Coleman (O), Rt. 2, Box 225-A, Hillsborough, NC 27278, 732-6949 

Aaron Conn (I), 3405 Cambridge Dr. 27707, 489-5436 
Guess Road— Dr. Robert Abarno, 1901 Hillandale Rd. 27705, 383-7906 

Clell Gibson, Cheryl Ave. 27705, 471-3866 
Homestead Heights— W. Ray Rogers (PI), 2538 Fairlawn Rd. 27705, 477-4425 
Hope Valley— Norman Gossett (O), 1925 Ward St. 27707, 489-4320 
Mt. Gilead— D.A. Calhoun (I), Rt. 1, Pittsboro, NC 27312, 542-3515 
Mt. Hermon— Aubrey Quakenbush (CH), 5214 Old Hillsborough 27705, 383-1057 

Richard Vinson, 210 Alexander Ave. #E 27705, 684-1701 

James Williams (I), Rt. 4, Hillsborough 27278, 732-2390 
Mt. Pisgah— C.E. Byrd (R), 1 16 Tuscarora Dr., Hillsborough, NC 27278, 732-7261 
Park View— John Wade (PI, CH), 1608 Glendale Ave. 27701, 682-8584 
Ridgecrest— Dough Willett (O), Rt. 1, Box 3, Bahama, NC 27503, 477-7420 
Rose of Sharon— Preminto Chisenhall (R), 3126 Rose of Sharon 27712, 477-2787 

Erwin Dillehay (PI), 3804 Rivermont Rd. 27712, 383-2956 

S.T. Dorothy, Jr. (I), 2330 Stroller Ave. 27705, 286-7447 
Temple— Steven D. Paschall (CH), 2940 Inspiration Dr., Colorado Springs, Col. 80917 

596-1018 

Dr. John Carlton (O), Box 1027, Wake Forest, NC 27587, 556-4791 
Boyce Kimball (I), 1800 Williamsburg Rd. 27707, 489-081 1 
Hugh C. Watkins (R), 2607 Tuckawanna Ave. 27703, 596-6588 
Charles S. Waters (I), 1225 Poplar St., Garner, N.C. 27529, 772-1959 
Watts Street— Nancy M. Morris (O), 2900 Alabama Ave. 27705, 471-9310 
John E. Biggers (O), 1819 West B. St., Butner, NC 27509, 688-1366 
Billy Griffin (I), 3623 Cornwallis Rd. 27707, 489-7395 
Dr. Clark Cahow (O), 1 106 Watts St. 27701 , 688-8607 
David May (I), 4216 Garrett Rd. #12 27707, 493-1337 
John C. Hudson (I), 5304 McCormick Rd. 277i3, 544-7242 



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Westwood— Dennis Moore (O), 1515 N. Duke St. 27701, 688-9524 
Yates— Clarence Williams (R), 21 12 Angier Ave. 27702, 596-1633 

Barry Harvey (O), 1611 Duke Univ. Rd. 27701,493-2053 

Jim Chancellor, 4283 E. Cornwallis 27707 

MINISTERS ORDAINED DURING THE YEAR 

Ebenzer— Joe Price, 901 Chald Level Rd. 27704, 471-9758 

First— Jere Judd, 501 Hugo St. 27704, 477-3528 

Grace— M.C. Rogerson, III, Rt. 3, Box 130, Wake Forest, NC 27587 

Immanuel— Mike McKeown, 121 North Ave., Wake Forest, N.C. 27587 

Ridgecrest— Larry Taylor, 3018 Little River Rd., Hillsborough, NC 27278, 471-2468 

Westwood— John S. Hammett, 2 Wisteria Ave. 27704, 477-1 155 

Yates— Larry G. Dickens, 5212 Rockingham St., Fayetteville, NC 

MINISTERS LICENSED DURING THE YEAR 

Berea— William Gillis, 401 South St., Fayetteville, NC 28306 
Durham Memorial — James S. King, 302 Southerland St. 27703 
Gorman— Wayne Schlink, 2532 Ardsley Dr. 27704 
Grace— Coy Yates, 2106 Front St. #J5 27705 
Guess Road— Mickey Copeland, 3102 Guess Rd. 27705 
Holloway Street— Ben Vogler, 1415 Holloway St. 27703 
Parkwood— Bill Witt, 1 12 Monterey Ln. 27713 

Peg Witt, 1 12 Monterey Ln. 27713 
Plainview— Ed Denton, Box 2063 SEBTS, Wake Forest, NC 27587 
Ridgecrest — James Garner, 104 Massey Rd. 27712 
Rose of Sharon— Thomas E. Lamm, 5025 Raintree 27712 

Robert H. Parnell, 302 Wellington Dr. 27704 

Keith Lane, 5901 Craig Rd., Box 26 27712 

William E. Ball, 2112 Broad St. C-9 27705 
Westwood— Danny Blanton, 2615 Shenandoah Ave. 27704 
Yates 

Fieldcrest— Marvin Byrd, 3403 Summerlin Rd. 27704 

PERFECT LETTERS 



CHURCH 




PREPARED LETTER 


Angier Avenue 




Mrs. I.F. Rowland 


Braggtown 




Mrs. R.L. Jeffries 


Carrboro 




Mrs. Henry Swaim 


Cedar Fork 




Mrs. Mabel Keith 


Cheek Heights 




Mrs. Ira Pate 


Cresset 




Mrs. Linda Glenn 


Ebenezer 




Mrs. G.F. Riley 


Edgemont 




Mrs. Blane Latta 


Farrington Road 




Mrs. Wanda G. Evans 


First 




Mrs. Barbara Atkinson 


Gorman 




Mrs. Blanche Thornton 


Grace 




Mrs. J.H. Royal 


Holloway Street 




Mrs. Tyson Kirk 


Homestead Heights 




Mrs. Mary Whaley 


Lowe's Grove 




Mrs. Dorothy Gilmore 


Lystra 




Tom Bland 


Mt. Carmel 




Miss Brenda Moore 



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1982 ANNUAL OF THE 



CHURCH 

Mt. Moriah 
Mt. Pisgah 
Olive Branch 
Page Road 
Park View 
Parkwood 
Plainview 
Red Mountain 
Ridgecrest 
Rose of Sharon 
Temple 
Trinity 
Westwood 
Yates 



PREPARED LETTER 

Mrs. Charlie R. Parker 
Mrs. Swannie B. Booth 
Mrs. Betty Carden 
Mrs. Shirley Wallace 
C.L. Yearwood, Jr. 
Mrs. Claire Thomas 
Mrs. Ed Smith 
Mrs. Nancy Crab tree 
Mrs. Jacqueline McFarland 
Miss Edith Dunnagan 
Mrs. C.W. Ethridge 
Mrs. B.R. O'Briant 
Mrs. O.D. King 
Ms. Shirley Pickett 



Total = 31 Perfect Letters 



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YATES 
BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
North Carolina 



Thirty-fifth Annual Session 
1983 




LOWE'S GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH 



YATES 
BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 



2821 Chapel Hill Road 
Durham, North Carolina 27707 
Telephone: 919-489-3396 



Thirty-fifth 
Annual Session 

1983 



Held with Lowe's Grove Baptist Church, Monday night, October 24, 
1983; Ridgecrest Baptist Church, Tuesday morning, October 25, 1983, and 
Lakewood Baptist Church, Tuesday evening, October 25, 1983. 

Next session to be held with Yates Baptist Church, Monday evening, 
3ctober 29, 1984; Braggtown Baptist Church, Tuesday morning, October 
30, 1984, and Parkwood Baptist Church, Tuesday evening, October 30, 1984. 



DEDICATION OF THE 1983 MINUTES 



The 1983 Annual Minutes are dedicated to our Administrative Director 
nd to our Secretary for the excellent job of carrying on the work these last 
fteen months the Association has been without a Director of Missions. 




MRS. DALLAS H. NORRIS 



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TABLE OF CONTENTS 



jsociate/ Assistant Pastors 71 

>ard Members 3 

otherhood Officers 7 

ldget 54 

ilendar 13 

lurch and Pastors Directory 68 

lurch Media Center/Library Directors 74 

lurch Secretaries 75 

lurch Training Officers 6 

)mmittees (1983-84) 8 

mstitution and By-Laws 22 

idication of Annual ii 

rectory of Association 3 

nployees 3 

nancial Statement 58 

;neral Board Members of the BaDtist Convention 3 

storical Table 60 

story of Lowe's Grove Baptist Church 63 

story of Mount Carmel Baptist Church 64 

Memoriam 66 

iubach Literacy Program 8 

eals for Associational Annual Meeting and WMU Annual Meeting 66 

sssengers 20 

inisters of Education 71 

inisters of Recreation 72 

inisters of Youth 72 

inisters Ordained 76 

inisters Ordained or Licensed During the Year 77 

usic Council 8 

'ficers of the Association 3 

ganists and/or Pianists 72 

rfect Letters from Churches 77 

oceedings of Annual Meeting 35 

nior Adult Officers 7 

ingles 30-50" Officers 8 

ingles Over 50" Officers 7 

nday School Officers 5 

Dman's Missionary Union Officers 7 

iCMO Officers 6 

:ars for Publishing Church Histories 65 

DMMITTEE REPORTS: 

Associational Board 40 

Auditor's 56 

Brotherhood 44 

Camp Committee 47 

Christian Life Committee 48 

Church Media Center/Library (TACMO) 46 

Church Training 43 

Community Ministries 48 

Evangelism Committee 48 

Laubach 47 

Missions Committee 49 

Music Council 45 

Ordinations Committee 50 

Perfect Letters 77 



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Place and Preacher Committee 

Radio and Television Committee 

Resolutions Committee 

Senior Adults : . . . 

"Singles 30-50" 

"Singles Over 50" 

Student Work 

Sunday School 

Woman's Missionary Union 

Yates Village, Inc 

Youth Council 

STATISTICAL TABLES: 

Brotherhood 

Church Membership and Other Information 

Churches and Pastors 
Church Music 

Music Directors and Addresses 
Church Training 

Church Training Directors and Addresses 
Mission Expenditures 

Church Clerks and Addresses 
Special Information 

Chairmen of Deacons and Addresses 
Sunday School 

Directors and Addresses 
Total Receipts, Local Expenditures & Stewardship 

Church Treasurers and Addresses 
Woman's Missionary Union 

Directors and Addresses 



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DIRECTORY OF THE ASSOCIATION 
1983-1984 



loderator Travis Clements, Sr., 3205 Sprunt St., Durham, 27705 

383-1218 

^ice Moderator Dr. Dewey W. Kerr, 1415 Holloway St., Durham, 

27703 688-4711 

Uerk .... John M. Deeds, 1804 Glendale Ave., Durham, 27701 682-6069 

reasurer Mrs. W. A. Godwin, Rt. 2, Box 386, Chapel Hill, 27514 

383-4244 

Parliamentarian Bruce Little, 3707 Esther Drive, Durham, 27703 

596-7750 

'astors at Large Rev. Crate Jones, Box 11296, Durham, 27703 

596-6430 

Rev. Robert McClernon, Box 3058, Durham, 27705 688-1366 



GENERAL BOARD MEMBERS 
THE BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION 



>r. Charles H. Harris 2815 Fox Dr., Durham, NC, 27712 383-7212 

k James Murphy 6900 Garrett Rd., Durham, NC 27707 493-1809 



EMPLOYEES 



director of Missions 

dmin. Assistant Mrs. Ralph L. Bassett, Rt. 7, Box 247- A, 27707 

489-4951 

ecretary Mrs. Dallas H. Norris, 4306 David St., 27704 477-5551 

ookkeeper . . . Mrs. Bryce Bates, 4501 Myers Park Dr., 27705 383-3197 
amp Caretaker .... Mrs. George Funderburk. Rt. 6, Box 181-A, 27703 

596-3396 

ssociational Office 2821 Chapel Hill Rd., Durham, NC 27707 

489-3396 



BOARD MEMBERS 



Names 

Manley Johnson 
Paul E. Watkins 
M/M Eustace Horton 
Jay Fogleman 
Linda Fogelman 
M/M William Farrell 
Ralph Cooke 
Frank Nelson 
Mrs. Emma Daniel 
James Hutchins 



Addresses 

411 Pleasant Dr. 27703 

2425 Alston Ave. 27713 

Rt. 3, Apex 27502 

1811 Dial St. 27713 

1811 Dial St. 27713 

Rt. 3 27703 

2423 W. Club Blvd. 27705 

447 Continental Dr. 27712 

619 Lynn Rd. 27703 

915 Lynn Rd. 27703 



Ray Proctor 
Hubert C. Green 



Rt. 1, Box 222 
Morrisville 
Rt. 1, Box 246 
Morrisville 



27560 
27560 



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Cheek Heights 
Cresset 

Durham Memorial 

Ebenezer 

Edgemont 

Ephesus 
Faith 

Farrington Road 

Fieldcrest 

First 

Good Samaritan 

Gorman 

Grace 

Grey Stone 

Guess Road 

Holloway Street 
Homestead Hgts. 

Hope Valley 
Immanuel 

Lakewood 

Lowe's Grove 
Lystra 
Mt. Carmel 

Mt. Gilead 

Mt. Hermon 

Mt. Moriah 

Mt. Pisgah 

Olive Branch 

Page Road 

Park View 

Parkwood 
Plainview 



C. H. Shelton 
Ira Pate 

Roy Watson 

Lawrence Green 

Jerry Johnson 

Mrs. Jessamine Garrard 

Mrs. W. B. Pate 

Mrs. D. L. Phipps 

M/M Thomas E. Smith 

T. J. Faust 

Ceyne Bell 

Walter Ross 

George Coggin 

Thomas Ellis 

Marvin Byrd 

M/M Floyd Rhodes 

Harold J. Cobb, Jr. 

Linwood Love 

T. C. King 

Jim Cope 

Gary Carver 

George Love 

Mrs. Sue Freeman 

Carl Wallace 

W. T. Harris 

Ellis Perry 

M/M C. T. Council 

Mrs. Ray Rogers 

Mrs. Mary E. Whaley 

M/M George Cooke 

Wallace Long 

Mrs. Winnie Beane 

H. S. Lougee 

Barbara Smith 

M/M Paul Dismuke 

Gerald Oldham 

Mrs. Louise Blackwood 

Ms. Margery Blackwood 

Mrs. Joyce Bynum 

Mrs. Bertha Clark 

Margi Couch 

Billy Clayton 

Troy Wilkins 

Robert Gooch 

J. E. Booth 

John Foster 

George Ray 

Everette Lynn 

W. E. Stinnett 

O. C. Mitchell 

Carlton Harrell 

Coe Strain 

Mrs. George Preddy 
Everette Pendergiaft 



1004 E. Club Blvd. 
1111 Midland Terrace 

2505 Ross Rd. 

3537 Gibson Rd. 

5222 Kerley Rd. 

Rt. 2, Box 471 

R. 2, Box 399, Creedmoor 

1802 Chandellay 

R. 7, Box 307-A 

1903 Medallion Dr. 

4702 Bragg Rd. 

R. 7, Mt. Moriah Rd. 

60 Kimberly Dr. 

3210 Sherbon Dr. 

3403 Summerlin Rd. 

3305 Dixon Rd. 

912 Brandon PI. 

612 Elmira 

520 Bywood 

3601 Westminister 

4012 Chaucer Dr. 

Box 1355 

1436 Acadia St. 

2713 Lawndale Ave. 

1918 Dartmouth 

2717 Carver St. 

511 Spruce St. 

2538 Fairlawn St. 

1516 Kirkwood Dr. 

4212 Hope Valley Rd. 

5030 Raintree Rd. 

4101 Neal Rd. 

1608 Ward St. 

1710 Bedford St. 

3616 S. Alston Ave. 

R. 7, Box 570, Chapel Hill 

R. 7, Box 665, Chapel Hill 

R. 7, Box 309, Chapel Hill 

R. 4, Box 254, Pittsboro 

Rt. 4, Pittsboro 

5325 O. Hillsborough Rd. 

5331 O. Hillsborough Rd. 

R. 1, Box 156 

2012 WaWa Ave. 

R. 3, Box 240 

R. 3 

R. 6, Box 321 
R. 6, Box 238 
628 Lynn Rd. 
838 Glenco Rd. 
410 Argonne Dr. 
2908 Omah St. 

R. 5, Box 474 
R. 5, Box 685-A 



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J. B. Cash 
Marvin Morris 
Bryant Scott 
Talmadge Lassister 
M/M Linwood McCullers 
Gary Carr 
Owen McCormick 



Walter Eakes 

W. J. Peters 

Mrs. Margaret Gunter 

Marshall Mangum 



217 Midland Rd. 27712 

5104 Chutney Dr. 27712 
3141 Rose of Sharon Rd. 27712 

3751 Hermone St. 27705 

112 E. Maynard Ave. 27704 

1703 Jester Rd. 27703 

9 Hamilton Ave. 27703 



1210 Carolina St. 27705 

607 Candlewood PI. 27704 

2920 Hope Valley Rd. 27707 

2203 University Dr. 27707 



SUNDAY SCHOOL OFFICERS 



irector Rev. Wallace Fowler, P.O. Box 2686, Durham, 27705 

(ch) 286-2281 

ASSIST 

(Associational Sunday School Improvement Support Team) 

dult Leader Rev. Tom Newboult, 2819 Chapel Hill Rd., 27707 

(ch) 489-2309 

mior Adult Leader Rev. Harold Craig, 807 W. Chapel Hill St., 

27701, (ch) 688-7397 
edian Adult Leader . .Rev. Wofford Boyd, 4700 Ephesus Church Rd., 

27707, (ch) 489-4483 

oung Adult Director Rev. Tom Newboult, 2819 Chapel Hill Rd., 

27707, (ch) 489-2309 
3uth Director . . . Rev. Russell Cawthon, 625 Hugo St., 27704 471-6375 

lildren's Director Mrs. Janet Whitaker, P.O. Box 156, Carrboro, 

27510, (ch) 967-3056' 

ider Children Mrs. Bonnie O'Briant, 2631 Barwick Dr., 27704 

682-8750 

ddle Children . . Mrs. Janet Whitaker, P.O. Box 156, Carrboro, 27510 

(ch) 967-3056 

mnger Children Mrs. Naomi Moore, 102 Montclair Cir., 27713 

544-1266 

■i-eschool Director Mrs. Irene Bagwell, 224 Pineview Rd., 27707 

(ch) 688-7308 

der Preschool Mrs. Irene Bagwell, 224 Pineview Rd., 27707 

(ch) 688-7308 

ddle Preschool Mrs. Darlene Harrill, 1415 Holloway St., 27703 

688-4711 

mnger Preschool Mrs. Soundra Middour, 12 S. Circle Dr., 

Chapel Hill 929-9040 
B.S. Director. . . Rev. Wallace Fowler, P.O. Box 2686, Durham, 27705 

(ch) 286-2281 



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Teaching Improvement Training Director Dr. David Mooi 

1515 Clermont Rd., 27713, (ch) 544-1341 
Mission V.B.S. Director .... Mrs. Diane Watts, 4301 Berini Dr., 277Cj 

(ch) 286-22*" 

8.5 by '85 Rep Rev. Russell Cawthon, 625 Hugo, 27704 471-63'i 



CHURCH TRAINING OFFICERS 

Director . . . Miss Nannie Mae Herndon, Rt. 3, Box 154, Durham, 2771 

544-185 

Adult Director Mrs. Ralph Stanhope, 1706 Stacy Drive, 2771 

477-088 

Youth Director Rev. Mark Moser, 1003 E. Main St., 277C 

(ch) 682-325 

Children's Director Mrs. Harold Craig, 2519 Wilbon Street, 277C 

471-468 

Preschool Director Mrs. Darlene Harrill, 420 Idlewood, 277C 

596-303; 

Equipping Center Director Rev. Harold Crai; 

807 W. Chapel Hill St., 27701, (ch) 688-739 

Survival (New Member) Rev. Robert Weather! 

Rt. 7, Box 182, Durham, 27707, (ch) 489-342 



TACMO OFFICERS 
(The Associational Church Media Organization) 

President . . . Mrs. B. Wilson Crabtree, Rt. 1, Box 347-A, Bahama, 2750 1 

477-452 

Vice President Mrs. Ray Corn, 231 Latta Road, 27712 477-298 

Technical Processes . . . Mrs. Ralph Clements, P.O. Box 135, Baham;; 

27503 477-348 

Program Chairman . . Mrs. W. Alvis Crabtree, 205 Midland Rd., 2771 

477-466, 

Secretary Mrs. W. C. Ellis, 4904 Lockhaven Dr., 27712 477-430 

Media Education Director 1 



WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION OFFICERS 

Director Ms. Dorothy Hicks, 1308 Ed Cook Rd., 27703 596-723] 

Asst. WMU Dir Mrs. Bryce Bates, 4501 Myers Park Dr., 2770 

383-319 

Bapt. Women Dir Mrs. Barbara Smith, 8206 Lowell Valley Di 

Bahama, 27503 471-439| 

Asst. BW Dir Mrs. Dorothy Womack, 426 Southerland St., 2770 

596-666 

BYW Dir Ms. Kim Williams, 1479 Newcastle Rd., Apt. C-2, 2770 

471-011 

Asst. BYW Dir Mrs. Kristie Inscoe, 7 Dudley Cir., 27703 596-169 



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cteens Dir Mrs. Kaye Clark, Rt. 4, Box 202B, Pittsboro, 27312 

542-3878 

sst. Acteens Dir Mrs. Carol Roycroft, 3428 Randolph Rd., 27705 

489-3079 

iris in Action Dir 

sst. GA Dir Mrs. Linda Wilson, 6234 Doyle St., 27712 477-8492 

ission Friends Dir Mrs. Linda Rutt, 4109 Guess Rd., 27704 

477-3857 

sst. MF Dir Mrs. Ruth Preddy, Rt. 5, Box 474, 27704 682-2305 

ission Action Dir Mrs. Mae Edmonds, 716 Lynn Rd., 27703 

596-5278 

ec/Treas/Historian . . Mrs. Clara Ann Martin, 910 Lorain St., 27704 

477-3987 

roup I Leader. . Mrs. Peggy Clayton, 2715 Carver St., 27705 477-3652 

roup II Leader Mrs. Arnold Capps, 3523 Sayward Dr., 27707 

489-5302 

roup III Leader Mrs. Ernest Greene, 211 Chateau Rd., 27704 

477-4976 

roup IV Leader Mrs. Dorothy Womack, 426 Southerland Ave., 

27703 596-6665 

horister Mrs. C. O. Couch, 4813 West Hills Dr., 27705 383-2208 

ianist Ms. Martha Thomas, 1509 Turner St., 27703 596-1270 



BROTHERHOOD OFFICERS 

irector . . . J. Edwin Couch, Rt. 1, Box 313, Morrisville, 27560 544-7014 

oyal Ambassador Dir Bryce Bates, 4501 Myers Park Dr., 27705 

383-3197 



SENIOR ADULT OFFICERS 

resident Mrs. Floyd Rhodes, 3305 Dixon Rd., 27707 489-3509 

Jt Vice-President Mrs. Helen Mumford, 1108 Raynor St., 27703 

682-2465 

bd Vice-President & Program Chm Robert Goodwin 

1810 Bethesda Ave., 27703 596-3366 

bcretary Mrs. R. T. Strange, 2807 E. Geer St., 27704 688-6088 

reasurer Mrs. L. L. Husketh, 3849 Shoccorree Dr., 27705 383-4633 

nlistment Chm Floyd Rhodes, 3305 Dixon Rd., 27707 489-3509 



SINGLES OVER 50 OFFICERS 

[esident Mrs. Inez Ferguson, 1506 Oakland Ave., 27703 286-2604 
ce-President Mrs. Hallie McGhee, 3328 Chapel Hill Rd., 27707 
489-2471 
►-Program Chm Mrs. Darlene Harrill, 420 Idlewood St., 27703 

596-3031 

Rev. Edward Kissiah, 1602 Jarvis St., Raleigh, 27608 833-2471 
^c./Treas Mrs. Bettie Maynard, 2421 Mozelle St., 27703 596-8560 



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SINGLES 30-50 OFFICERS 



President Frank Shipp, 3934 S. Alston Ave., 27703 544-24< 

Vice-President & Program Chm Richard Billings, 1021 Wells S 

27707 489-622 

Sec./Treas. . . .Ms. Anna Abell, 124 Fidelity St., Apt. 4, Carrboro, 275] 

942-781 



LAUBACH LITERACY PROGRAM 
Director Mrs. Mary Whaley, 1516 Kirkwood Dr., 27705 477-44£ 



MUSIC COUNCIL 

Director . . . .Hugh O'Shields, 1914 S. Miami Blvd., 27703, (ch) 596-2L f 
Herbert B. Gray, 3315 E. Geer St., 27704, (ch) 688-39. 
Rev. Mel T. Luther, 414 Cleveland St., 27701, (ch) 688-73( 
Rev. Ted Reed, 2819 Chapel Hill Rd., 27707, (ch) 489-21 
Rev. James Taylor, Rt. 7, Box 182, Durham, 27707, (ch) 489-252 
Mrs. Janet Whitaker, P.O. Box 156, Carrboro. 27510, (ch) 967-30* 
Rev. Ran Whitley, 2703 Holloway St., 27703, v ch)" 596-73* 



1983-84 COMMITTEES 

Annual Meeting 

(84) Rev. Carl Herweyer, chm., P.O. Box 15022, Durham, 277(; 

(ch) 477-64< 

(85) . . . Rev. Wofford Boyd, Rt. 7, Box 287, Durham, 27707, (ch) 489-44* 

(86) . . .Rev. Carl Garner, 222 Midland Rd., Durham, 27712, (ch) 477-54! 
Audit Committee 

(85) . Fred Rhodes, Jr., chm., 1121 Shady Lane, Durham, 27712 477-061 
(84) Jim Trent, 2223 Elmwood Ave., Durham, 27707 489-24! 

(86) Mrs. Betty L. Ellis, Rt. 2, Rougemont, 27572 477-9K 

Calendar 

(84) J. Linwood Tew, chm., 706 Frazier St., Durham, 27704 477-46 

(85) .... Mrs. Alice Bates, 4501 Myers Park Dr., Durham, 27705 383-31! 

(86) Mrs. Ernest Ferrell, 2915 Ellis Rd., Durham, 27703 596-881 J 

Camp * 
(84) Rev. Ernest Ferrell, chm., 1914 S. Miami Blvd., Durham, 277i 

(ch) 596-211 

(84) Rev. Bob Duncan, Rt. 5, Box 688, Durham, 27704, (ch) 682-25! 

(85) .Rev. Richard Chorley, P.O. Box 3003, Durham, 27705, (ch) 688-13 
(85) George Love, 1018 Gloria Ave., Durham, 27705 682-25 B - 

(85) Rev. Harold Rumfelt, 123 Olive Branch Rd., Durham, 277i 

(ch) 596-89 ') 

(86) Mrs. Joyce Bynum, Rt. 4, Box 182-H, Pittsboro, 27312 542-41 

(86) Tommy Faust, 1903 Medallion Dr.. Durham, 27704 682-67 1 



hristian Life 

5) Rev. Jerry Harper, chm., Rt. 1, Box 388, Durham, 27705 

(ch) 383-2982 

4) . Rev. Richard Davis, 2500 Acadia St., Durham, 27704, (ch) 477-7497 

4) . .Mrs. Beth Upchurch, 1913 Glendale Ave., Durham, 27701 682-4955 

5) . Rev. Larry Wilson, Rt. 7, Box 224, Chapel Hill, 27514, (ch) 933-8565 

6) Rev. Dennis Hill, 3573 Hillsborough Rd., 27705, (ch) 383-1422 

ommunity Ministries 

4) Rev. Tobie P. Stone, Jr., chm., Rt. 2, Box 422-A, Durham, 27712 

(ch) 383-6668 

4) J. Frankie Shipp, 3934 S. Alston Ave., Durham, 27713 544-2496 

4) Ernest Love, Rt. 1, Box 260- AA, Hillsborough, 27278 477-8929 

5) Mrs. Delores Atkins, 2807 Carver St., Durham, 27705 477-2994 

5) Ted Stone, 5114 Pine Trail, Durham, 27712 477-1581 

5) Ervin Breedlove, 1822 Forest Rd., Durham, 27705 286-7232 

I ■ 

6) Rev. Harold Cobb, Sr., 1901 Athens St., Durham, 27707 

(ch) 682-4453 

6) Rev. Thomas Rush, 1815 Glenn School Rd., Durham, 27704 

(ch) 682-1248 

institution 

1) A. B. Stone, chm., 2700 Bexley Ave., Durham, 27707 489-6433 

4) Francis Walker, 2527 Wilson St., Durham, 27705 286-2430 

5) Mrs. Ruby Lee Herndon, 3317 Hope Valley Rd., Durham, 27707 

383-4854 

k) Rev. Jesse Croom, P.O. Box 156, Carrboro, 27510, (ch) 967-3056 

5) Talmadge Lassiter, 3749 Hermine St., Durham, 27705 477-4230 

paeons 

I Rev. James West, chm., 1204 Lynn Rd., Durham, 27704 

(ch) 596-2592 

5) . . . Mrs. Kathleen Bishop, 2630 Pickett Rd., Durham, 27707 489-3875 

>) 

5) Philip Casey, #9 Meadowbrook Dr., Durham, 27712 383-5605 

5) Eddie Williams,Rt. 6, Chapel Hill, 27514 933-7806 

/angelism 

1) Rev. Mac Bare, 2031 E. Club Blvd., 27705, (ch) 286-1593 

o 

d) Mrs. Roger Wall, 3405 Cheek Rd., 27704 688-7482 

3) Rev. Gerald Goodwin, 2703 Holloway St., 27703, (ch) 596-7350 

3) Rev. Ernest Holt, 3102 Guess Rd., Durham, 27705 (ch) 477-4893 

nance 

1) . . . .Rev. Everette Smith, chm., 2100 Chapel Hill Rd., Durham, 27707 

(ch) 489-2537 

i) Chris Hamlet, 917 Englewood Ave., Durham, 27705 682-3572 

>) A. C. Sorrell, 35 Glenmore Dr., Durham, 27707 489-5141 

)) . . . Rev. Forest Gale, 1003 E. Main St., Durham, 27701, (ch) 682-3251 

5) Dr. Ronald Cumbie, 2819 Chapel Hill Rd., Durham, 27707 

(ch) 489-2309 

>) Rev. Robert Weatherly, Rt. 7, Box 182, Durham, 27707 

(ch) 489-3425 

Mrs. W. A. Godwin, Treas., Rt. 2, Box 386, Chapel Hill, 27514 383-4244 



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Future Development 

(84) Dr. David Moore, chm., 1515 Clermont Rd., Durham, 277] 

(ch) 544-13^1 

(85) . .Rev. Jerry Collins, 3707 Garrett Rd., Durham, 27707, (ch) 489-26£ 

(85) Rev. Jimmy Nickelston, Rt. 6, Box 121, Chapel Hill, 275] 

(ch) 544-52* 

(86) . . Rev. Benny Barron, 2123 So Hi Dr., Durham, 27703, (ch) 596-64( 

(86) Mrs. Leon Yates, Rt. 7, Box 187, Durham, 27707 489-15]' 

Inter-Faith 

(85) . Mrs. Sue Freeman, chm., 1436 Acadia St., Durham, 27701 682-7H 

(84) Mrs. D. R. Garrett, 503 Everett Place, Durham, 27701 682-59] 

(85) Miss Nannie Mae Herndon, Rt. 3, Box 154, Durham, 277], 

544-18r 

(86) Mrs. Virginia Sneed, Rt. 2, Box 55, Morrisville, 27560 544-39( 

(86) Rev. Robert Clegg, 4430 S. Alston Ave., Durham, 277] 

(ch) 544-18f| 

Missions 

(84) Rev. Clay Warf, chm., 807 W. Chapel Hill St., Durham, 277' 

(ch) 688-73<^ 

(84) Rev. Roger Wall, 3321 Cheek Rd., Durham, 27704, (ch) 682-87f 

(84) . . . .Mrs. J. Edwin Couch, Rt. 1, Box 313, Morrisville, 27520 544-70 

(85) Dr. Charles Harris, 414 Cleveland St., Durham, 277( 

(ch) 688-73( 

(85) Eugene Robertson, 5033 Gatewood St., 27712 471-69* 

(85) Mrs. James Murphy, Rt. 3, Box 276- A, Durham, 27713 544-391 

(86) Rev. Tom Jordan, P.O. Box 103, Rougemont, 27572 477-36£ 

Nominations 

(85) Rev. Malbert Smith, chm., P.O. Box 2686, Durham, 277( 

(ch) 286-221 

(84) Mrs. Otis King, 1825 Forest Rd., Durham, 27705 286-41 

(84) Louis Carver, 1211 W. Cornwallis Rd., Durham, 27707 489-52 

(84) Mrs. Billy Hall, 227 Chateau Rd., Durham, 27704 477-321 

(85) Mrs. Ruby Mae Laverty, 1508 Sycamore St., Durham, 277C 

489-401 

(86) Rev. Jay Fogelman, 5111 Fayetteville Rd., Durham, 277 

544-34' 

(86) . . . Rev. Charles Rutt, 4103 Guess Rd., Durham, 27712, (ch) 477-391 
Ordinations 

(84) Rev. Larry Harper, chm., 4007 Holt School Rd., Durham, 277i 

(ch) 477-38 

(84) . . . Rev. Aubrey Quakenbush, 5214 Hillsborough Rd., Durham, 277 

383-16 

(85) Rev. Fred Williams, Rt. 1, Box 229, Morrisville, 27560 544-40 

(86) Rev. Joe Bostic, 826 N. Hardee St., Durham, 27703 683-10 

(86) Rev. Chuck Miller, Rt. 3, Box 140, Apex, 27502, (ch) 362-43 

Place and Preacher 

(84) . . . Rev. Lawrence Knott, 2710 Sparger Rd., Durham, 27712 383-36 

(85) Mrs. Christine Ferrell, 1829 Front St., Apt. D-3, Durham, 277 

383-13 

(86) Dr. James Murphy, 6900 Garrett Rd., 27707, (ch) 493-18 



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adio and TV 

4) Rev. Julian Motley, chm., 3315 E. Geer St., Durham, 27704 

(ch) 688-3947 

5) Bryce Bates, 4501 Myers Park Dr., Durham, 27705 383-3197 

6) Elijah Triplett, 3406 Cheek Rd., Durham, 27704 688-3857 

esolutions 

4) Mrs. Hubert Mumford, chm., 1108 Raynor St., Durham, 27703 

682-2465 

5) Mrs. Sam Dennis, 4010 Cole Mill Rd., Durham, 27712 383-1117 

S) Mrs. Clyde Hayes, 3911 Garrett Rd., Durham, 27707 489-7209 

udent Work 

4) Rev. Joe Zimmerman, chm., Rt. 3, Box 16, Apex, 27502 

(ch) 362-7951 

4) Robert S. Smart, #16 Beaver PL, Durham, 27705 383-8883 

4) . . Rev. Larry Taylor, 222 Midland Rd., Durham, 27712,(ch) 477-5426 

>) Rev. Robert Donahoo, 1915 Yearby St., Apt. G, Durham, 27705 

684-5681 

>) David Stricklin, 2813 Shenandoah, Durham, 27704 471-6974 

3) Mrs. John Clayton, 1208 Evans Dr., Durham, 27707 489-9514 



>) Dr. Thomas Downing, P.O. Box 508, Chapel Hill, 27514 

(ch) 942-2157 

;.0 . . . . Mrs. Velma Ferrell, Duke BSU, Box 4351, D. S., Durham, 27705 

684-5955 

:.0 Bob Phillips, UNC BSU, 203 Battle Lane, Chapel Hill, 27514 

942-4266 



'ustees 

[) . Jesse T. Cole, chm., 2938 Chapel Hill Rd., Durham, 27707 489-1841 

i) W. W. Edwards, 3810 Dover Rd., Durham, 27707 489-5122 

I) Charlie Rigsbee, 2322 Cardinal Dr., Durham, 27707 489-3401 

>uth Advisory 

i) Fred Bramigk, chm., 1219 Clinton Rd., Durham, 27703 596-1584 

) Mary Long, 907 Dacian Ave., Durham, 27701 682-2072 

) Pat Hilliard, 37 Hawthorne Dr., Durham, 27712 383-2734 

») . . .Miss Gena Overbey, 3615 Randolph Rd., Durham, 27705 493-5138 

) Tony Gale, 626 Hammond St., Durham, 27704 477-5320 

) Ben Vogler, 1415 Holloway St., Durham, 27703, (ch) 688-4711 

) Herbert Gray, 3315 E. Geer St., Durham, 27704, (ch) 688-3947 



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1983-84 
TENTATIVE 
CALENDAR 



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1983-84 TENTATIVE CALENDAR 



:TOBER 1983 

ISOCIATION 

1 Singles Over 50 

6 Church Staff Meeting 
8 Singles 30-50 

10 Ministers' Conference 

11 Board Meeting 

17 WMU Council Meeting 

17 Church Training Council Meeting 

25 Associational Annual Meeting 

30 Youth _Council Meeting 

ATE AND CONVENTION 

2 NC Missions Offering received in the churches 
5 Christian Life Conference (Area-wide) 

5 Evangelism Leadership Conference - Caraway 
5 Cooperative Program Month emphasis 

14 Senior Adult Retreats - Caraway Conference Center 

15 Area-wide Deacons' Conference - Caraway 

15 NC Baptist Men's Medical Missions Conference - Caraway 
29 BYW Convention - Ridgecrest 

)VEMBER 1983 
SOCIATION 

3 Church Staff Meeting 

4 Church Training Workshops on tournament preparation 

(Children and Youth) 

5 Crusader Car Competition/Mission Fair 
5 TACMO 

5 Singles Over 50 

12 Royal Ambassador Week 

7 Baptist Women's Day of Prayer 
7 Yates Ministers' Conference 

10 Senior Adults Meeting 
12 Singles 30-50 

16 NC Baptist State Convention 
IS Foreign Mission Study 

21 "M" Night 
<24 Thanksgiving 

11 Youth Council Meeting 
19 Evangelism Seminar 
ATE AND CONVENTION 

4 January Bible Study Clinics 
L3 Royal Ambassador Week in the Church 
LI Area Church Training Adult Seminars 
L3 NC Baptist Men's Convention 
L6 Baptist State Convention - Greensboro 
L9 Crusader RA Congresses - East 
I "M" Night - SBC 
£4 Thanksgiving 
1CEMBER 1983 
30CIATION 

1 Church Staff Meeting 



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3 Singles Over 50 
4-11 Week of Prayer for Foreign Missions and Lottie Moon Christm; 
Offering 
10 Singles 30-50 
12 Ministers' Conference 

12 Music Directors' Fellowship 
25 Christmas 

STATE AND CONVENTION 
4-11 Week of Prayer for Foreign Missions and Lottie Moon Christm* 
Offering 
25 Christmas 
JANUARY 1984 
ASSOCIATION 

1 New Year's Day 
2- 6 Bible Study Week 
5 Church Staff Meeting 
7 Singles Over 50 
9 Ministers' Conference 

10 Mission Friends Leader Event (alternate date 2/7) 

13 GA Activity (alternate date 1/20) 

14 Singles 30-50 

22 Baptist Men's Day 

23 WMU Council Meeting 
29 Youth Council Meeting 

STATE AND CONVENTION 

7 Home Mission Teacher Training (Regional) 

8 Witness Commitment Day 
16-17 Revival Training - Ridgecrest 

17 Church Building Planning Conference - Kinston 
20-21 Lay Witness Meeting 

22 Baptist Men's Day in Churches 
23-24 Associational S.S. Team (ASSIST) Training 

26- 27 Associational S.S. Team (ASSIST) Training 

27- 28 Associational Bold Growth Training (Enablers), Caraway 
FEBRUARY 1984 
ASSOCIATION 



2 


Church Staff Meeting 


4 


TACMO 


4 


Singles Over 50 


9 


Senior Adults 


11 


Singles 30-50 


12 


Race Relations Sunday 


12-18 


WMU Focus WEek 


13 


Ministers' Valentine Dinner 


16 


Baptist Young Women's Meeting 


19-22 


Home Mission Study 


21 


Associational Board Meeting 


26 


Youth Council 


STATE AND CONVENTION 


2- 4 


Special Adult Seminar (S.S. and other Church Program 




organizations), Caraway Conf. Center 


6- 7 


Statewide Evangelism Conference - Greensboro 


12 


WMU Focus Week 



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12 Race Relations Sunday 

16 Area Doctrinal Training Seminar - Southeastern Seminary 

18 Youth Handbell Festivals 

19 Baptist Seminaries, Colleges and Schools Day 
26 High School Seniors Retreat, Caraway 
LRCH 1984 

SOCIATION 

1 Church Staff Meeting 
3 Singles Over 50 

LI Week of Prayer for Home Missions and Annie Armstrong Easter 

Offering 
L0 Singles 30-50 
L8 Youth Week 
L2 Ministers' Conference 
L7 State WMU Meeting - Fayetteville 
25 Youth Council 

11 Reaching People Clinic (S.S.) 

^0 Church Training Project "400" (Organizational Workshop) 
*\TE AND CONVENTION 

2 VBS Clinics (Associational Teams) 

3 Youth Choir/Instrumental Festivals - Wake Forest University 
LI Week of Prayer for Home Missions 

9 MasterLife Seminar, Caraway 

L0 Language Missions Conference, Caraway 
L8 Youth Week (SBC) 

L2 Church in Transition Conference - (Church Extension) 
L5 Mountain Directors of Missions, Lake Junaluska 

17 Professional Youth Ministers' Workshop, Caraway 
L7 WMU Annual Meeting, Fayetteville 

L7 Associational Youth Night 

20 Regional Adult Choir Festivals 

14 Statewide RA Congress (Grades 1-12) 
\pril 1 BSU Spring Conference, Caraway 
\pril 1 RA Counselor Backpack Training, Caraway 
IRIL 1984 
30CIATION 
5 Church Staff Meeting 
7 Singles Over 50 
! 9 Ministers' Conference 
I 9 Music Directors' Fellowship 
.0 VBS Clinic - evening session 
L4 Singles 30-50 
L4 RA Track Meet 

10 Baptist Doctrine Study 

L6 Church Training Exec. Com. - Grey Stone - 1 p.m. 
L7 WMU Annual Meeting - First Church 

12 Easter 

13 WMU Council Meeting 

1 RA Track Meet Raindate 
19 Youth Council 

VTE AND CONVENTION 

2 Strengthening the Family Seminar, Ridgecrest 
7 Volunteer Youth Directors' Workshop, Caraway 



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12 New Work Awareness & Skill Conference (Church Extension) 
13-14 Crusader Overnight Camp (Gr. 1-6), Caraway 
13-15 Family Camping Weekend, Caraway 
13-15 Acteens Queens Court, Ridgecrest 

13- 15 RA Counselor Campcraft Training, Caraway 
15 Cooperative Program Day 

17 Church Building Planning Conference, Asheboro 

22 Easter 
23-25 Special Worker Training 
23-27 Baptist Doctrine Studies (SBC), (Holy Spirit) 
27-28 Father-Son Retreat (Gr. 1-3), Caraway 
27-29 Family Camping Weekend, Caraway 
27-29 RA Pioneer Backpack Trip, Caraway 

28 Interfaith Equipping Seminar, Caraway 
30-May 2 NC Baptist Music Conference, Caraway Conference CenterJ 

Cowsert, Westwood 
30-May 5 Small Sunday School Director Workshop Tour 
MAY 1984 
ASSOCIATION 

3 Church Staff Meeting 
5 TACMO 

5 Singles Over 50 

6 Senior Adult Day 
6-13 Christian Home Week 

10 Senior Adults Meeting 

10 Associational Bible Tournament for Children and Youth 

11 Associational PraiSing '84 

12 Singles 30-50 

13 Mother's Day 

14 Ministers' Conference 

14 Key Leadership Conference 

21 RA/Baptist Men Annual Planning Meeting 
21-27 Associational Emphasis Week 

22 Board Meeting 

24 Baptist Women's Activity 
27 Youth Council 
STATE AND CONVENTION 

4 Youth Tournament (Bible Drill & Speaker) - First Church, ClintJ 
4- 5 High School Athletes Evangelism Conference, Friendly Ave. 

Church, Greensboro 
4- 5 Mission Friends/Girls in Action Leaders' Retreat, Mundo Vista 
4- 5 Pioneer Father-Son Retreat, Caraway 
4- 6 Family Camping Weekend, Caraway 

5 Children's Tournament (Bible Drill), First Church - Clinton 
6-13 Christian Home Week 

10 New Work Awareness & Skills Conference, Church Extension 

1 1 Youth Tournament (Bible Drill & Speakers), First Church, Ashebo 
11 Children's Tournament (Bible Drill), First Church, Asheboro 

14- 16 Key Leadership, Ridgecrest 

14-18 Senior Adult Conference, Caraway Conference Center 

14-20 Associational Emphasis Week 

18-19 State RA Track Meet 

18-20 Deaf Youth Retreat, Camp Caraway 

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8-20 Teacher and Interpreter Conference, Caraway Conference Center 
15-26 Area Church Training Tournaments 
26 Youth Tournament (Finals - Bible Drill and Speakers), First Church, 
Asheboro 
rUNE 1984 
ASSOCIATION 

1 Church Staff Meeting 

2 Singles Over 50 
9 Singles 30-50 

0- 11 WMU Annual Meeting, Kansas City, Missouri 
11 Music Directors' Fellowship Meeting 

2-14 Southern Baptist Convention, Kansas City, Missouri 

17 Father's Day 

18 Ministers' Conference 
6-July 1 WMU Week at Ridgecrest 

;tate and convention 

1- 2 Correctional Ministries Conference, Caraway Conference Center 
8- 9 Pioneer RA Canoe Trip 

0-11 WMU, SBC Annual Meeting, Kansas City, Missouri 

2- 14 SBC, Kansas City, Missouri 

18 Camp Caraway for Boys opens 

21 New Work Awareness & Skills Conference (Church Extension) 

2- 24 Couples in Missions Retreat, Caraway 
ULY 1984 

ASSOCIATION 

4 Independence Day 

5 Church Staff Meeting 
[ 7 Singles Over 50 

9 Ministers' Conference CANCELLED 
10 Board Meeting (Tentative) 
14 Singles 30-50 
14 GA Activity (alternate 7/21) 
I 23 WMU Council Meeting 
TATE AND CONVENTION 

2 Christian High Adventure begins for boys-6 one-week trips 
p-21 National Acteens Conference, Fort Worth, Texas 
0-21 Bivocational Ministers' Conference, Caraway 

3- 25 Ministers' Wives Retreat, Caraway 

3-28 Church Training Mini-Conference, Caraway 

UGUST 1984 

ASSOCIATION 

I 2 Church Staff Meeting 

I 4 TACMO 

4 Singles Over 50 

9 Senior Adults 
\ 11 Singles 30-50 

1 11 Youth Evangelism Conference, Greensboro 
i 13 Ministers' Conference, CANCELLED 
$-21 National Acteens Conference 
?-26 Church Music Growth Week 
jTATE AND CONVENTION 
[)- 8 Sunday School Mini Weeks, Caraway 



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7 Interfaith Witness Conference, Asheville, Morganton 
9-11 Sunday School Mini Weeks, Caraway 

10-11 Brotherhood Specialist Training 

11 Youth Evangelism Conference, Greensboro 

17-18 Lay Witness Annual Meeting, Caraway 

20- 22 Happiness Retreat, Caraway Conference Center & Camp Caraw 
24-25 Equipping for Church Growth 

25 Foreign Mission Teacher Training 

27- 28 Children's Choir Leader Training Conference 
SEPTEMBER 1984 

ASSOCIATION 

1 Singles Over 50 

2- 8 Brotherhood Leadership Week 

3 Labor Day 

4 Board Meeting (Tentative) 
6 Church Staff Meeting 

8 Singles 30-50 

8 Associational Children's Choir Workshop (Directors only) 

9 Singles Adult Day 

10 Ministers' Conference 

11 Associational S.S. Leadership Night 
17-18 WMU Association Leadership Conferences 

18 Brotherhood/RA Workshop Training for new leaders 

23-30 Sunday School Preparation Week 

30 Youth Council 
STATE AND CONVENTION 

7- 8 GA Mother/Daughter Camp, Mundo Vista 

7- 8 Youth Council Retreat I, Camp Caraway 

14-15 Area-wide Deacons' Conference, NC Baptist Assembly at Caswj 

14-15 S.S. Leadership Conference (All age group training), Ridgecresl; 

14-15 Youth Council Retreat II, Camp Caraway 

16 North Carolina Missions Offering taken in the churches 

16- 18 Regional Brotherhood Workshops and Associational Missions 

Education Dialogues 

17- 21 Children's Bible Skills Rallies 

21- 22 Volunteer Music Directors' Retreat, Caraway Conference Cente 

28- 29 S.S. Leadership Conference (all age group training), Caraway 

Conference Center and Youth Camp 

28-30 Counselors RA Backpack Training, Caraway 

28- 30 Baptist Student Convention, Ridgecrest 
OCTOBER 1984 

ASSOCIATION 

4 Church Staff Meeting 

6 Singles Over 50 

7 High Attendance Night in Church Training 

8 Music Directors' Fellowship Meeting 
13 Singles 30-50 

15 Ministers' Conference 

15 Church Training Exec. Committee, Grey Stone Church - 1 p.m. 

16 Board Meeting 

20 Associational Mass Youth Choir 

28 Youth Council 

29- 30 Associational Annual Meeting 

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STATE AND CONVENTION 

1- 3 Evangelism Leadership Conference, Caraway 
3 Cooperative Program Month Emphasis 

5- 6 Father-Son Retreat (grades 1-3), Camp Caraway 
5- 6 Literacy Mission Retreat, Caraway 

5- 7 RA Counselor Campcraft Training, Caraway 
7 High Attendance Night in Church Training 

10 Cooperative Program Month Emphasis 
12-13 RA Crusader Overnight Camp (grades 1-6), Caraway 
.2-13 Young Baptist Women's Convention, Ridgecrest 
.2-14 Christian Drama Conference 
,2-14 Family Camping Weekend 

.5-19 Senior Adult Retreats, Caraway Conference Center 

17 Regional Evangelism Conference, Raleigh 
9-20 Area-wise Deacons' Conference, Caraway Conference Center 
9-21 Family Camping Weekend, Caraway 

0- 21 RA Pioneer Officer-Counselor Training, Caraway 
J2-24 Church Secretary's Conference, Caraway 

I 24 Cooperative Program Month Emphasis 

f6-27 Baptist Young Women Convention, Ridgecrest 

6- 27 Volunteer Music Directors' Retreat, Caraway (entire facility- 

Westwood, Cowsert & Conference Center) 
19-31 S.S. Special Workers Conference, Caraway Conference Center 

31 Cooperative Program Month Emphasis 
NOVEMBER 1984 
lSSOCIATION 

1 Church Staff Meeting 
3 Singles Over 50 

3 Crusader Car Competition/Mission Fair 

4- 10 Royal Ambassador Week 
10 Singles 30-50 

12 Ministers' Conference 

2- 14 Baptist State Convention - Asheville 
8-21 Foreign Mission Study 

19 "M" Night - Church Training 
22 Thanksgiving 
iTATE AND CONVENTION 

1 New Work Awareness & Skills Conference (Church Extension) 

2 January Bible Study Clinics 

}4-ll Royal Ambassador Week in the Churches 

5- 7 Equipping Center Showcase 

)-ll NC Baptist Men's Convention - Asheville 

M4 NC Baptist State Convention - Asheville Civic Center 

22 Thanksgiving Day 
I 27 Urban Training Cooperative (Church Extension) 
DECEMBER 1984 
SSOCIATION 

1 Singles Over 50 

1- 9 Week of Prayer for Foreign Missions & Lottie Moon Christmas 

Offering 
6 Church Staff Meeting 



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8 Singles 30-50 
10 Ministers' Conference 
25 Christmas 
STATE AND CONVENTION 
2- 9 Week of Prayer for Foreign Missions 
25 Christmas Day 



MESSENGERS TO THE ANNUAL SESSION J 

ANGIER AVENUE: Mrs. Marie Deal, Mrs. Inez Ferguson, M/M Leonarl 
Husketh, Mrs. Crate Jones, M/M J ohn Laverty , Mrs. Elizabeth McGhec f 
Mrs. Harold Pollard, Miss Ephna Watts. 

BELLS: Mrs. Lib Mason, Eustace Horton, Mrs. Sallie Horton, Mrs. Loi 
Harward, Mrs. Frances Parker. 

BEREA: 

BETHESDA: Stanley Davis, David Williams, Debbie Williams, End;| 
Lilly, Juanita Godwin, M/M W. L. Ferguson, Sr., Elmo Whitaker, Rub: 
Massey, Myrna Briggs 

BRAGGTOWN: George Trout, Mrs. Ralph Cooke, Mrs. Ed Sloan, Ernes 
Love, Wilson Crabtree, Mrs. Lillie Taylor, Mrs. Bettie Harris, C. G 
Blackard, Russell Baldwin 1 

CALVARY: Mrs. Margaret Watson, M/M John McQuarry, M/M Loftol 
Proctor, M/M Ralph Faulkner, Downey Booth, Alice Watson 

CARRBORO: 

CEDAR FORK: Mrs. Azeline Colclough, Mrs. Ruth Couch, Mrs. Jessi 

Hemphill, Mrs. Flora King, Mrs. Carolyn Ward 
CHEEK HEIGHTS: M/M Vernon Averette, Mrs. Alex Lesperance, Mrs 

Nettie Lasater, Mrs. Altha Womble, A. L. Pender 
CRESSET: 

DURHAM MEMORIAL: Exie Andrews, Crawford Hart, Roger Price 
M/M Frank Shelburne, Ginger Stanhope, Cecil Vaughan, Mike Vogue 
M/M Ron Whitley 

EBENEZER: Mrs. Betty O'Dell, Mrs. Jessamine Garrard, Pat Blackburn 
Jerry Johnson, Bobby Riley, Arthur Holmes, Sam Riley, John Couch 
Mrs. Nancy Couch f 

EDGEMONT: Mrs. Dorothy Morris, Mrs. Brenda Williams, Mrs. Jacki; 
Gale, Mrs. Helen Mumford, Blance Latta, Mrs. Teresa Latta, Davi< 
Phillips, Mrs. Jackie Williams j 

EPHESUS: Mrs. Clyde Hayes, Phillip Riggsbee, Mrs. Phillip Riggsbee 
Mrs. B. W. Clark, Mrs. Robert Hege. 

FAITH: Mrs. Jean Howeton, Paul Teasley, Mrs. Helen Teasley, Johnn? 
Fletcher, Harvey Davis, Mrs. Ruth Moore 

FARRINGTON ROAD: 

FIELDCREST: Victoria Rush, James Belcher, Cathryn Weaver, Fannil 
Norris 

FIRST: Mrs. Alice Lipe, Mrs. Imogene Deeds, M/M John Clayton, M/M 
Dallas Norris, M/M W. J. Broadwell, Mrs. Leah Royal, George Moortj 
GOOD SAMARITAN: Gwyn Sylva, Joann Brack, Maria Love 
GORMAN: Rev. J. T. Edwards, Mrs. John Glenn, M/M Herbert Gray, Mrs 
Julian Motley, Mrs. Wayne Schlink, M/M R. J. Thornton, Rev. Waym 
Schlink 



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HiACE: Norman Cannada, M/M R. A. Crandell, David Hessee, M/M 

George Owen, Mrs. T. O. Perry, Mrs. Alvis Warren, Mrs. Frank Zedick 
\REY STONE: Mrs. Malbert Smith, Jr., Mrs. J. E. Strawbridge, Mrs. S.E. 

Dennis, Mrs. Frances Edgerton, E. J. King, Aaron Conn, Russell 

Cawthon, Bill Blalock, Loren Nichols, David Watts 
WESS ROAD: Mrs. Lib Foz, M/M Ed Goehring, Mrs. Mael Laws, Rev. 

Ernest Holt, Mrs. Ruth Holt, Mrs. Mary Harris, Mrs. Katie Hunt, Bill 

Merritt, Mrs. Berta Moore 
[OLLOWAY STREET: M/M Wayne Nutt, Mrs. Gwen Laing, Mrs. 

Darlene Harrill, Henry Bryant, Mrs. Dewey Kerr, Mark & Rosa Miller, 
, Ray Branch 

OMESTEAD HGTS.: Mrs. Stuart Henderson, M/M Leonard Smith, 
Ray Rogers, Mrs. Spurgeon Buchanan, Mrs. Blanche Williams, Mrs. 
E. F. Dollar 

OPE VALLEY: Eric Kyles, Mrs. Dana Kelly, Rev. Norman Gossett 
^MANUEL: M/M Vernon Browning, M/M Bill Burch, M/M B. E. Suggs 
AKEWOOD: M/M Fred Crabtree, Mrs. Mary Lynam, Mrs. Frances 
I Howard, Mrs. Oma Lee Smith 

OWE'S GROVE: Mrs. Barbara Adams, Mrs. Elois Clegg, Robert 
Downey, G. T. Godwin, Mrs. Belle Shipp, Frank Shipp, Mrs. Shirley 
Taylor 

rSTRA: Tom Bland, Mrs. John A. Oldham, Gerald Oldham, Mrs. Ruby 
Hutchins, Mrs. William Griffin, Mrs. Gerald Oldham 

T. CARMEL: M/M Ralph Blackwood, Mrs. Patsy Williams, Robert 
Atwater, Mrs. Norma Diggs 

T. GILE AD: Mrs. Virginia Morris, Mrs. Ruthie Carpenter, D. G. Hatley, 
Mrs. Pauline Myers, Mrs. Ola Williams 

T. HERMON: M/M Billy Clayton, M/M Clifton Thomas, Mrs. Florence 
Jacobs 

T. MORIAH: Clyde Carroll, Mrs. Ethel Crabtree, Mrs. Betty Gooch, 
James Wilkins, Myrell Wilkins, Carl Couch, Lois Couch 

T. PISGAH: Mrs. Marie Booth, Mrs. ;allie ;arrell, Mrs. Lillian Horton, 
Jasmer Sears, J. E. Booth 

LIVE BRANCH: M/M George Ray, Mrs. Ila Currin, Mrs. Cleo Martin, 
Mrs. Ruth Rumfelt 

j\GE ROAD: Mrs. Dan McGee, Mrs. Loma Fox, Leonard Davis, Rev. 

I A. D. Frazier 

kRK VIEW: 

ARK WOOD: 

LAINVIEW: Bill Howard, Mrs. Ann Johnson, Mr/Mrs. Claude 
jPendergraph, Mrs. Burnice Smith 

[ED MOUNTAIN: Mrs. Ola Robinson, Mrs. Alma Poole, Mrs. Lois 
I Gates, Mrs. Barbara Hall, M/M Connie Weaver, A. M. Hall, M/M Tony 
Blalock, M/M Otha Taylor, Phillip Ellis 

:DGECREST: Mrs. Beverly Clark, M/M Alvis Crabtree, Mrs. Pauline 
Hunt, Mrs. Margaret Morris, Mrs. Pam Painter, Mrs. Lillian Cash, Wiley 
Oakley, Larry Taylor, Mr. Marty Tobin 

3SE OF SHARON: M/M Boyd Browning, Rev./Mrs. Edwin Dillehay, 
Jesse Evans, William Garrard 

CMPLE: C. L. Billings, Mrs. Larry Bumgardner, Rev./Mrs. Harold 
Craig, Mr./Mrs. C. W. Ethridge, Mrs. Henry Jessup, Mrs. Marguerite 
Ward 



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TRINITY: Mrs. Artelia Wood, Mrs. Minnie Hilliard, Mrs. Gerry McCo 

Mrs. Daisy Williams, Richard Stallings, Mrs. Clydia Stallings 
UNIVERSITY: 

WATTS STREET: Dick Chorley, Jim Drennan, Christ Hamlet, Fre 
Herndon, Gene Johnson, Bill Munn, A. C. Sorrell, Beth & Bill Upchurc 
Mack Welkins 

WEST DURHAM: Mrs. Maurine Jones, Mrs. Hazel Rich, Mrs. Sail 
Graham, Mrs. Mary Horton, Miss Miriam Ricks, Lee Jones 

WESTWOOD: M/M Linwood Tew, Rev. John S. Hammett, Mrs. Waltei 
Eakes, Mrs. O. D. King 

YATES: M/M Gene Robertson, Mrs. Norma Stock, Rev. Barry Harvey 
Larry Clarke, Mrs. Cherith Simmer, M/M Earl Earp, Ben Wheeler 



Constitution 

Revised 1983 

Article I. NAME 

This body shall be known as the Yates Baptist Association of Nortl 
Carolina. 

Article II. PURPOSE 

The purpose of this Association shall be to provide a convenient an< 
orderly means for the extension of the ministry of the cooperating Baptis 
Churches in Durham County and adjacent territories which support th 
programs of the Baptist State Convention and the Southern Bapt: 
Convention. 



Article III. ARTICLES OF FAITH 



The confession of faith of this Association shall be the "Baptist Faitl 
and Message" with its five-point statement of the historic Baptisf 
conception of the nature and function of confessions of faith in our religion! 
and denominational life as adopted by the Southern Baptist Convention i i 
1963 at Kansas City. 

(Five-Point Statement from "The Baptist Faith and Message") 

(1) That they consitutue a concensus of opinion of some Baptist bodj 
large or small, for the general instruction and guidance of our own peopl 
and others concerning those articles of the Christian faith which are moS 
surely held among us. They are not intended to add anything to the simpl j 
conditions of the salvation revealed in the New Testament, viz, repentanc 
towards God and faith in Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord. 

(2) That we do not regard them as complete statements of our faitll 
having any quality of finality or infallibility. As in the past, so in the futur 
Baptists should hold themselves free to revise their statements of faith a 
may seem to them wise and expedient at any time. 



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(3) That any group of Baptists, large or small, have the inherent right to 
iw up for themselves and publish to the world a confession of their faith 
Lenever they may think it advisable to do so. 

(4) That the sole authority for faith and practice among Baptists is the 
riptures of the Old and New Testaments. Confessions are only guides in 
erpretation, having no authority over the conscience. 

(5) That they are statements of religious convictions, drawn from the 
'iptures, and are not to be used to hamper freedom of thought or 
'estigation in other realms of life. 

Article IV. MEMBERSHIP 

Section 1. This Association in session shall be composed of duly elected 
ssengers from cooperating Baptist churches in Durham County and 
acent territories and the regular elected officers of the Association and 
mbers of the Associational Board which are in agreement with the 
•pose as stated in Article II. When not in session this Association shall be 
iprised of its member churches which shall elect members to the 
Sociational Board in Accordance to Article X. 

Section 2. Each church shall be represented at the annual meeting of the 
Isociation and at any special meeting during the year by messengers who 
(ill be duly elected in the following ratio: 

(1) Three for the first hundred members or fraction thereof, and one for 
h additional hundred or fraction thereof, provided that the total number 
messengers shall not exceed ten. 

(2) All pastors of churches of the Association shall be recognized as 
jssengers, in addition to those specified above. 

Section 3. Only individuals who are baptized (immersed) believers and 
mbers of churches of this Association shall be seated as voting 
fesengers at any Associational meeting. 

[Section 4. Churches seeking to seat messengers in the Association shall 
Wy to the Missions Committee prior to the annual meeting of the 
Jociation, giving evidence of their faith and order and their agreement to 
received under watchcare of the Association. Upon recommendation of 
committee and approval of the Association by a two-thirds majority of 
members present and voting, the church or churches shall be received 
er the watchcare of the Association for a period of one year. It is 
erstood that during the period of watchcare of the Association such 
rches will be accorded all the services of the Association and all its 
r ileges with the exception of the right to seat voting messengers and to 
ng representation on the Associational Board. At the end of the year of 
chcare, the church or churches may, by a two-thirds vote of the 
ociation, be received into full fellowship of the Association or continue 
er watchcare or have the request for fellowship rejected. Upon 
lission to full fellowship, the church or churches shall be authorized to 
; duly elected messengers with voting privileges and voting members on 
Associational Board. 

Section 5. The Association shall have the power, upon giving notice of 
3 months and by two-thirds majority vote of messengers present and 
ng, to withdraw fellowship from any church that shall willfully depart 
i orthodox principles of the Christian religion as taught in the Bible and 



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as believed by Baptists or that fails to represent itself either by messenger c 
letter at the annual session of the Association without sufficient reason, c 
that fails to support causes fostered by the denomination at large and of thi| 
Association in particular, or that ceases to be missionary in practice. 

Section 6. Any church may decline to send messengers to th 
Association at its pleasure. Whenever this consitutes a withdrawal ( 
fellowship on the part of the church, the Association shall not as a body, c 
through a representative or representatives, seek to restrain by coercion c 
law the withdrawal action of the church. 

Article V. POWERS AND PREROGATIVES 

The Association, when convened in meeting, shall sit as advisor 
council, and shall have no power to infringe on any of the internal rights c 
the churches; it may advise with cooperating churches and recommen 
measures of usefulness for their adoption, and may claim for itself, it 
objects, and its recommendations the highest consideration. 

Article VI. ANNUAL REPORTS OF THE CHURCHES 

Each cooperating church shall send annually to the Association a repoj 
on the Associational Letter which is provided. Only persons who have bee 
baptized by immersion may be reported as members on these reports. Sai 
report should reach the associational Clerk at least 10 days prior to th 
annual meeting. 

Article VII. MEETINGS 

Section 1. The Association shall convene annually during the wee 
after the fourth Sunday in October, and may meet with different churche 
on the two successive days. 

Section 2. The time of the annual meeting may be changed, or speci i 
meetings called by the Associational Board upon two weeks notice to th 
cooperating churches. 

Article VIII. FISCAL YEAR J 

The fiscal year of the Association shall begin on January first and ear 
on December thirty-first of each year. 

Article IX. OFFICERS AND THEIR DUTIES 

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Section 1. The officers of the Association shall be a Moderator, Vil 
Moderator, Clerk, Treasurer, Parliamentarian, and such others as may I 
authorized by the Association. 

Section 2. All officers shall be members of a church affiliated with tl 
Association. 

Section 3. Only persons who have been baptized by immersion sha 
hold any position within the Associational organization. 

Section 4. The officers shall be elected at the annual meeting of th 
Association, and these shall assume their duties at the close of the annd 



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ing during which they are elected and continue until their successors 
llected and installed, unless removed for cause. Any officer may be 
ed to succeed himself, except that the Moderator may not serve more 
two years in succession. 

ection 5. The Moderator shall preside over the annual meeting of the 
Iciation and begin each session punctually. He shall appoint such 
pittees as may be authorized by the Constitution, or the Association, 
rce the rules, preserve order, and exercise all prerogatives of a presiding 
er according to parliamentary usage, and serve as chairman of the 
Iciational Board, and ex-officio member of all standing committees, 
ection 6. The Vice Moderator shall discharge the duties of the 
lerator in his absence. 

tection 7. The Clerk shall keep a record of the proceedings of the 
Iciation, superintend the printing and distribution of the Minutes, keep 
lie the printed Minutes and other important papers of the Association, 
hall act as secretary of the Associational Board. The Clerk shall be 
lied to compensation which shall be fixed by the Association. He shall 
(in and edit the histories of two churches each year to be included in the 
lites, and shall maintain an up-to-date history of the Association, 
ection 8. The Treasurer shall receive all monies contributed to the 
>ciation, and shall make disbursements as authorized by the 
>ciation and/ or the Associational Board and shall make regular reports 
ie Associational Board and an annual report to the Association, 
ection 9. The Parliamentarian shall advise the Moderator on matters 
lies of order and procedure at the annual sessions and Associational 
•d meetings. 

ection 10. There shall be three trustees, one elected each year for a 
B-year term, who shall be the representatives of the Association in legal 
:ers, and shall perform such other duties as the Association or the 
>ciational Board may prescribe. 

Article X. ASSOCIATIONAL BOARD 

ection 1. The Associational Board shall consist of the general officers, 
eaders of the Sunday School, Church Training, Woman's Missionary 
m, Brotherhood, Music Council, The Associational Church Media 
mization, the Chairmen of the Standing Committees, the Director of 
dons, each active pastor and two lay members elected from each 
iber church. The names of the lay members shall be duly certified by 
tying the Associational Clerk. 

ection 2. The Associational Board shall act for the Association in the 
rim between the annual sessions. It shall carry out the policies and will 
ie Association as so expressed. It shall meet as often as it may elect for 
effectual performance of its duties. It shall have the power to fill 
incies among the officers, committees, and organizational workers of 
Association and committees of the Associational Board that may occur 
ng the year. It shall make a full and complete report of its work at each 
ual meeting of the Association. 

•ection 3. The Associational Board shall have an Executive Committee 
posed of the officers, Directors of Brotherhood, Sunday School, Church 
ining, Woman's Missionary Union, Music Council, and The 



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Associational Church Media Organization, the chairmen of the Calend 
Camp, Community Ministries, Evangelism, Finance, and Missi< 
Committee, two pastors elected at large, and the Director of Missions. 

This committee shall meet periodically between sessions of 
Associational Board, work to correlate the activities and emphases of 
various groups, interpret policy as needed by the Director of Missions, a 
strive for a smooth operation of the Associational Program. 

This committee shall employ, with the approval of the Board of 
Association, a Director of Missions and shall exercise general supervisi 
of his work. The committee shall perform such other duties and services 
the Board or Association may direct. 

Article XI. FINANCIAL COMMITMENT 

No financial commitment may be undertaken or assumed in the nam] 
or on the part of the Association except by a two-thirds vote of members 
the Associational Board (by whichever body it is being voted on) pres( 
and voting. 

Article XII. REVISION 

This Constitution may be revised at any Annual Session of 
Association upon affirmative vote of two-thirds of the members present a; 
voting, provided the proposed revisions shall have been presented 
writing to the Associational Board prior to the annual meeting, th 
presented to the Association on the first day-of the annual meeting with 
approval vote being taken on the second da>. 

By-Laws 

Article I. COMMITTEES AND THEIR DUTIES 

The Association shall have the standing committees listed below, alo 
with any other committees authorized by the Association or 1 
Associational Board. These committees shall begin their duties attheclc 
of the Annual Meeting, and shall make reports to the work to t 
Associational Board and/or to the Association. Members of the committe 
shall be selected from the membership of those churches cooperating w 
the Association. 

Members of standing committees shall serve a term of three years. ' 
institute a system of rotation and provide for a continuing committee, at t 
1976 session, one member of each three-member committee shall be elect 
for one year, one member for two years, one member for three years, a 
thereafter each committee member shall be elected to serve for three yea] 
In case of five-member committees, at the 1976 session, one member shall 
elected for one year, two members for two years, two members for th 
years, and thereafter each member shall be elected to serve for three yeai 
In the case of seven member committees, at the 1976 session, one mem 



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11 be elected for one year, three members for two years, three members for 
ie years, and thereafter each member shall be elected to serve for three 
rs. In the case of nine-member committees, at the 1976 session, three 
nbers shall be elected for one year, three members for two years, three 
nbers for three years, and thereafter each member shall be elected to 
re for three years. 

The Moderator and the Director of Missions shall be ex-officio members 
ill standing committees. 

Section 1. THE ANNUAL MEETING COMMITTEE shall be composed 
hree members whose duty it shall be to arrange the program for the 
|ual meeting of the Association. 

[Section 2. THE CALENDAR COMMITTEE shall be composed of three 
Inbers with the Sunday School Director, the Church Training Director, 
1 Brotherhood Director, the Woman's Missionary Union Director, the 
Isic Council Director, and the President of the Ministers' Conference, 
Ling as advisory members. It shall be the duty of this committee to plan 
k recommend to the annual session of the Association a program of 
Ivities for the coming year. 

feection 3. THE CAMP COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven 
nbers whose duty it shall be to direct the development and use of the 
perty with the advice and consent of the Associational Board. 
Section 4. THE CHRISTIAN LIFE COMMITTEE shall be composed of 
members whose duty it shall be to propose ways in which the 
ociation, its cooperating churches and individual Christians may work 
the promotion of civic righteousness and social uplift, and to provide 
cational opportunities for keeping our people informed in these areas. 
Section 5. THE COMMUNITY MINISTRIES COMMITTEE shall be 
iposed of nine members, including representatives of the Associational 
)tist Women's and Baptist Men's organizations, whose duty it shall be to 
itify needs in the Association such as non-readers, alcoholics, drug- 
sers. youth in trouble, unwed mothers, the ohysicallv handicapped, the 
erty stricken, prisoners and probationers, emotionally disturDed, ana 
tor citizens, to encourage churches to provide ministries to meet the 
ds of the total person; to enlist and offer training for those with interest 
hese areas; and lead the churches cooperatively to specific areas when 
e and possible. 

Section 6. THE CONSTITUTION COMMITTEE shall be composed of 
members whose duty it shall be to study and recommend changes in the 
istitution and bring reports as necessary to the Association. 
Section 7. THE DEACONS' COMMITTEE shall be composed of five 
nbers whose duty it shall be to plan and carry out meetings and 
vities for the information and inspiration of deacons. 
Section 8. THE EVANGELISM COMMITTEE shall be composed of 
members whose duty it shall be to encourage evangelism in the 
rches, including the enlistment and training of laymen in witnessing, to 
Late and carry out association evangelism efforts, to cooperate with area 
sades when feasible, and to utilize the full resources of the Association 
coordinating its efforts with other association committees and 
anizations in their evangelistic outreach knowing that Christ saves the 
)le man to a whole life of discipleship. 



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Section 9. THE FINANCE COMMITTEE shall be composed of se^ 
members, one of whom shall be the Treasurer. The other six members of 
committee shall be elected for a term of three years with two members ei 
year on a rotating basis. 

This committee shall present a tentative budget at the Annual Meeti 
representing a definite budget at the February Board meeting and de\ 
plans for raising the budget. It shall also review applications from churcl 
for State Missions funds for presentation to the Associational Board. 

Section 10. THE FUTURE DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE shall 
composed of five members whose duty it shall be to study the associatio: 
program, as to its strengths and weaknesses, its priorities and effecti 
ness, its organizational structure and in the light of its purpose to mj 
recommendations as feasible for the improvements and strengthening 
said program. 

Section 11. THE INSTITUTION COMMITTEE shall be composec 
five members whose duty it shall be to assist and encourage the churches 
keeping their people informed, and adequately supporting financially 
North Carolina Baptist Homes for the Aging, Children's Homes, Hospi 
and Colleges. 

Section 12. THE INTER-FAITH WITNESS COMMITTEE shall 
composed of five members, whose duty it shall be to assist the churches 
becoming better informed as to the beliefs, attitudes, customs of the se 
and Catholicism and the world non-Christian religions, especially Judai 
and to foster a better relationship with adherents of these groups. 

Section 13. THE MISSIONS COMMITTEE shall be composed of se^ 
members, whose duty it shall be to obtain information which can be utili: 
by the churches and the Association, to ascertain the need of new churcl 
and missions with the boundaries of the Association, to recommend to 
Association or the Associational Board the location of sites and purchas: 
of lots for such churches or missions, and to assist the organization of si 
churches as might be authorized and to review for the Finance Commit 
applications from churches for State Mission funds. It shall be the dutj 
this committee to study the applications of churches seeking admission i; 
the Association and to make recommendations regarding the same. 

Section 14. THE NOMINATIONS COMMITTEE shall be composec 
seven members, whose duty it shall be to present nominations to 
Association for all general officers and committeemen (except the Direc 
of Missions as heretofore provided). 

This committee shall also be responsible for forwarding to the Board 
approval and to the Association for election, the officers of Brotherho 
Sunday School, Woman's Missionary Union, Church Training, Mm 
Council, and Library organizations (TACMO). This committee willrece 
from the six organizational committees and present for approval at 
Febraury Board meeting the names of nominees for leadership. 

Following the same procedure, the remaining officers of the 
organizations shall be presented for approval to the May Board meetii 
The names of all general organizational officers shall be presented to 
Association for election. 

It shall also present nominations to the Associational Board to fill £ 
vacancy in the offices for which it nominates to the Association. 



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Section 15. THE ORDINATIONS COMMITTEE shall be composed of 
e members who shall act in an advisory capacity for churches or for 
listerial students seeking counsel concerning ordination. The 
nmittee shall assist in the examination of candidates for the ministry 
y after their call to some specific position in Christian service, and shall 
rain from announcing the date for ordination until after approval of the 
ididate. 

Section 16. THE PERSONNEL COMMITTEE shall be composed of 
ee members elected for a three year term with one member rotating off 
committee each year. It shall be the duty of this committee to suggest 
icies relating to holidays, sick leave, vacation, and other benefits for all 
d employees. They shall prepare and update as necessary job 
criptions for all staff personnel. In full cooperation with the Director of 
ssions, recruit, interview, and recommend to the Executive Committee 
ployment of all new staff personnel. Before June of each year have had 
least one evaluation session with each employee in line with Job 
jcription, and hear suggestions from the employee for improving the 
rk or relationships which have already been discussed. Develop and 
ommend salaries and benefits for employed staff personnel to the 
scutive Committee to recommend to the Finance Committee. Develop 
1 recommend to the Executive Committee policies and procedures for 
d and volunteer staff personnel administration. 

Section 17. THE PLACE AND PREACHER COMMITTEE shall be 
iposed of three members, whose duty it shall be to receive or solicit 
itations for the place of meeting of the annual session for the following 
r, and to recommend to the Association in annual session, a place or 
ces of meeting, along with with a preacher and alternate for the sermon, 
the following year. 

Section 18. THE RADIO AND TELEVISION COMMITTEE shall be 
iposed of three members whose duty it shall be to work with local 
tions in the securing of time, to promote programs of religious and 
tominational interest, and to encourage the churches co use the media of 
io and television. 

Section 19. THE RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE shall be composed of 
se members, whose duty it shall be to study all resolutions referred to it 
the Association or the Associational Board, and report suitable 
blutions at the Annual Meeting. 

Section 20. THE STEWARDSHIP COMMITTEE shall be composed of 
ee members, whose duty it shall be to encourage and stimulate when 
sible the offerings from the individual churches to State, Home, Foreign 
jsions as well as the Cooperative Program, to urge the churches to 
lergird their church staff members through the Annuity Board 
rement plans, to promote tithing by individual church members, and to 
ourage the members of the churches to be Christian stewards of their 
sessions after death through wills and bequests to denominational 

Bets. 

Section 21. THE STUDENT WORK COMMITTEE shall be composed of 
en members, with the chaplains of educational institutions in the 
jociation area acting in an advisory capacity, whose duty it shall be to 
perate with and promote the work of the Baptist Student Program in the 
eral institutions within the area of the Association and to encourage the 
listry of the churches to students. 



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Section 22. THE YOUTH ADVISORY COMMITTEE shall be cmpos 
of at least five members, normally church youth directors, whose duty 
shall be to provide or sponsor periodic events or emphases for and/or wij 
the youth of our churches. 

Section 23. THE AUDIT COMMITTEE shall be composed of thrjj 
members who shall be responsible for the auditing of the Treasure]!] 
records and the presentation of an annual audit report to the Associatio 
The Audit Committee need not perform the audit themselves but mi 
arrange for the audit by professionally trained accountants. The membe 
of the committee shall be elected each year on a rotating basis. 

Article II. TRUSTEES OF YATES VILLAGE, INC. 

Section 1. The Yates Baptist Association shall elect nine trustees 
Yates, Inc., for terms of three years. At each regular annual meeting of tlj 
Association, one-third of the board of trustees of Yates Village will 1 
elected by the Association to succeed the members retiring beginning 1 
1984. 

Section 2. The trustees shall operate Yates Village in accordance wii 
Baptist principles and the intention of Yates baptist Association. TI 
original charter and articles of incorporation shall be approved by tl 
Association in session. Any subsequent change in the charter which wou 
affect, alter or change the purpose of Yates Village or the relationship < 
Yates Village or its trustees to the Association shall have the prior approv 
of the Association. No program shall be begun which might involve tl 
Association directly or indirectly in a debt without the prior approval of tl 
Association. 

Section 3. The board of trustees shall have the power to make bylav 
and regulations not inconsistent with the laws of the state or of this chart 
for the discharge of its functions and for the government of sa] 
corporation. 

Section 4. The trustees of Yates Village shall be members of church* 
cooperating with the Yates Baptist Association and shall live in the are 
served by the Association. The Board of Trustees should consist of bot 
men and women with persons having areas of expertise in the followin 
categories: real estate, financial planning/banking, building, medicin 
geriatrics, and public relations. A pastor and two senior adults should als 
be represented on the board. 

Section 5. If for any reason a trustee shall cease to be a member of 
church cooperating with the Association or shall remove his residence froi 
the area so as to impede his service as a trustee, his trusteeship shall I 
thereby terminated. Any vacancy on the board of trustees shall be filled ol 
the Executive Committee of the Yates Baptist Association until the nej 
regular annual meeting of the Association. 

Section 6. The Association shall have the right to remove any trustee f( I 
cause considered sufficient by the Association; but only after reasonab 
notice to such trustee and opportunity for him to be heard by tf 
Association. Such action may be initiated by the trustees of Yates Village ( 
by a member of a church cooperating with the Association. 

Section 7. The trustees of Yates Village shall be elected by tr. 
Association at its annual meeting after receiving nominations from 



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committee composed of the following: moderator; director of missions; and 
;he chairmen of the following committees: Missions, Finance, Christian 
Life, Nominations, and Personnel. This committee may request 
recommendations from cooperating churches and shall consider 
recommendations received from members of churches cooperating with the 
Association and from the board of trustees of Yates Village. 

Section 8. The term of office shall begin on January 1, following election 
ind end on December 31, following election of a successor. The term of office 
)f a trustee who has not resigned, died, become disqualified, or been 
•emoved shall not expire until his successor shall have been elected by the 
Association. 

Section 9. Trustees shall be eligible for re-election to a second term of 
)ffice. After having served two consecutive terms, one may be eligible for 
jlection after an absence of one year from the board of trustees. 

Section 10. The moderator and director of missions of the Yates Baptist 
Association shall be ex-officio members of the board of trustees of Yates 
/illage. 

Section 11. The board of trustees shall report to the Association at its 
innual meeting regarding operations, finances, and future plans. At the 
liscretion of the trustees or upon the request of the Association, additional 
leports may be made. 

| Section 12. The trustees will meet at least twice a year for dialogue with 
^n Advisory Committee (each cooperating church will be asked to elect one 
taember annually to this committee) of the Association. This committee has 
lo vested power within and of itself but may make suggestions or 
(ecommendations for trustee consideration. 

Article III. RULES OF ORDER 

The following rules shall govern deliberations in the meetings of the 
issociation and Associational Board. 

(1) The official transaction of business in all regular meetings of the 
Lssociation and Associational Board shall be by the affirmative majority 
ote of members present and voting, except in matters relating to the 
onstitution, or withdrawing fellowship from any cooperating church, and 
f seating messengers from those churches desiring to cooperate with the 
ssociation. In called meetings of the Association and the Associational 
(ioard, a number representing a majority of the cooperating churches shall 
E necessary to constitute a quorum. 

I (2) A messenger wishing to speak shall rise and address the presiding 
Ifficer. He shall confine himself strictly under the consideration and shall 
l^oid all personalities. No messenger shall speak more than twice on the 
feme subject without special permission. 

| (3) All motions seconded shall be definitely stated by the presiding 
Ifficer, or at his request, read by the clerk before the vote is taken. 
1 (4) The order of business of the Annual Meeting shall be recommended 
the Annual Meeting Committee as soon as possible during the first 
Kssion. When adopted this report shall become the program and cannot be 
panged except by vote of the Association. 

i (5) All questions of orders shall be decided on the basis of the most recent 
Wition of "Robert's Rules of Order." 



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Article III. ADVISORY TO THE BOARD 



The members of the State General Board from this Association and trl 
Baptist Student Union chaplains of the educational institutions within tr 
area of the Association shall be invited to sit with the Board in an advisor; 
capacity. 

Article IV. AMENDMENTS 

These By-Laws may be amended by a majority of those present an 
voting at any Annual Meeting of the Association. 

MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 24, 1983 
Lowe's Grove Baptist Church 
The Written V^'ord 



6:50 Musical Call to Worship Mrs. Crate Jon* 

Angier Avenue Churc 

7:05 Call to Order Gerald Goodwin, Moderate 

Pastor, Durham Memorial Churc 

Annual Committee Meeting Report Crate Jon* 

Pastor, Angier Avenue Churc 

Hymn 40 All Hail the Power of Jesus' Nam 

Greetings Robert L. Cleg 

Prayer Pastor, Lowe's Grove Churcj 

7:10 Recognition of New Pastors & 

Staff Persons Gerald Goodwin, Moderate 

Pastor, Durham Memorial Churcj 

7:15 Introduction of Speaker Carl Herweyfj 

Pastor, Braggtown Churci 

Inspirational Message: The Written Word John I. Durhai 

Professor of Hebrew & Old Testamer 
Southeastern Seminar! 
Wake Forest, Nj 

7:45 Hymn 69 O For A Thousand Tongues to Singi 

7:50 Missions Committee Report M. day Waj 

Pastor, Temple Churc 

8:00 Camp Committee Report Ernest Ferref 

Pastor, Bethesda Churc 

8:05 Finance Committee Frank Zedic 

Pastor, Grace Churcj 

Report of Special Ministry - Blind Mrs. J. H. Waug 

Field Consultant for Blind Ministri( 
Baptist State Conventiol 

8:20 Hymn 325 "Footsteps of Jesusl 

Scripture: John 1:1-5, 10-14 Robert D. Weather! 

Prayer Pastor, Mount Moriah Churcl 

Special Music Adult Choir, Bethesda Churc 

Hugh O'Shields, Minister of Mus: 



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Annual Sermon: Jesus - The Theme of the Word .... Ernest Ferrell 

Pastor, Bethesda Church 

:00 Benediction Mrs. Frank Nelson 

Braggtown Church 

)rganist Mrs. Martha Thomas 

Organist, Bethesda Church 
ianist Mrs. Debbie Williams 



TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 25, 1983 
Ridgecrest Baptist Church 
The Living Word 

3 Musical Call to Worship John Laverty 

Minister of Music, Angier Avenue Church 

Call to Order Travis Clements, Vice Moderator 

Grev Stone Church 

Greetings Carl K. Garner 

Pastor, Ridgecrest Church 

5 Associational Reports 

Sunday School Wallace Fowler 

Minister of Education, Grey Stone Church 

Church Training Miss Nannie Mae Herndon 

Watts Street Church 

W.M.U Ms. Dorothy Hicks 

Trinity Church 

Brotherhood J. Edwin Couch 

Cedar Fork Church 

Nominations Malbert Smith 

Pastor, Grey Stone Church 

Place and Preacher Charles E. Rutt 

Pastor, Rose of Sharon Church 

Music Council Hugh O'Shields 

Minister of Music, Bethesda Church 

Calendar Mrs. Dana Kelly 

Hope Valley Church 

3 Miscellaneous Business 

5 Hymn 58 Love Divine, All Loves Excelling 

3 Annuity & Colleges Garland A. Hendricks 

Dir. B. E. Morris Academy for Christian Studies 

Gardner-Webb College 

Baptist Children's Homes J. Leonard Gerrald 

Director, Raleigh Area 
Family Services Center 
Recognition of Baptist State Convention Representatives 

5 Special Recognition Mrs. Gordon Chandler 

Olive Branch Church 

:05 Hymn 438 He Lives 

Introduction of Speaker ._ Gerald C. Goodwin 

Pastor, Durham Memorial Church 



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Camp Committee report given by Rev. Ernest Ferrell, chairman. H< 
moved that the report, page 22 "Book of Reports" be accepted. Seconded bj 
Rev. Aubrey Quakenbush, and accepted by members. 

Dr. Frank Zedick, chairman of the Finance Committee, gave the repor | 
referring to pages 36-38; the proposed budget, 39-40 to be adopted ir 
February; the audit report on pages 33-35 of the "Book of Reports." Th< 
report was accepted by the membership. 

Mrs. J. H. Waugh, Field Consultant for Blind Ministries Baptist Stat< 
Convention, reviewed the beginning of the ministry and the progress ill 
promotion of the program. 

Hymn, "Footsteps of Jesus," was sung. 

Rev. Robert Weatherly, pastor, Mount Moriah Church, read th<| 
Scripture John 1:1-5, 10-14, and led in prayer. 

Bruce Little, Parliamentarian of the Association, introduced the speakel 
of the evening service, Rev. Ernest Ferrell, pastor of the Bethesda Baptis j 
Church. (Message tape on file at Associational Office.) 

Special music was presented by the Adult Choir of the Bethesda Church] 

The evening service was concluded with the benediction given by Mrkj 
Frank Nelson, Braggtown Church. 

Tuesday Morning, October 25, 1983 
Ridgecrest Baptist Church 

"The Living Word" 

The morning session opened with a musical call to worship given by Mr 
John Laverty, Minister of Music of the Angier Avenue Church. H 
presented a program of violin selections, accompanied at the piano by Hugl 
O'Shields, Minister of Music of the Bethesda Church. 

The call to order was given by Mr. Travis Clements, Vice Moderator. H 
extended thanks for the privilege of meeting at the church. 

Greetings and prayer were given by Rev. Carl Garner, pastor of the hos! 
church. 

The Vice Moderator called for the associational reports. 

The Sunday School report was given by Rev. Wallace Fowler, Minister o 
Education, Grey Stone Church, and Association Director of the Sunda: 
School. He summarized the Metro Clinic, its results-spiritual and growth 
wise, V.B.S. Clinic, and the Sunday School Leadership training events. 

The Church Training report was given by Miss Nannie Mae Herndon 
Director. Growth in the Training Programs of 1,616 in '80-'81 to increase t< 
2,800 in '81-'82. The present year approximately 3,100 reported. Friday 
Nov. 4, is the date for the program of instruction on tournamen 
participation; and May 20-31, 1984, will be a two-weeks enlargemen 
campaign with Ruth Price to help strengthen our training programs. 

The W.M.U. report was given by Mrs. Dot Hicks, Director. Shereferrei 
to page 19 to the W.M.U. report in the "Book of Reports." Twelve nev 
organizations have been started this year. Meetings were held throughou 
the year to attend to W.M.U. business and plan for the annual meeting 
Many attended workshops. It was moved that the report be accepted. 
Seconded and accepted. 



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Rev. Fred Williams, pastor of Cedar Fork Church, reported for the 
rotherhood in the absence of Ed Couch, Brotherhood Director. He referred 
page 20 of the "Book of Reports." He stressed the need of workers and the 
enteous of the harvest. Report accepted. 

Rev. Malbert Smith, chairman of the Nominations Committee, 
esented the committee's report on pages 1-5-6-7. Seconded and accepted. 

The Place and Preacher report was given by Rev. Charles Rutt. He 
rected attention to page 1, "Book of Reports." He moved the report be 
:cepted. Membership accepted report. 

The Music Council report was given by Hugh O'Shields, Director. He 
ferred to page 20, "Book of Reports." Mr. O'Shields made an 
inouncement concerning the performance of the cantata, "Harvest," to be 

Bethesda Church with an orchestra and choir members of several 
lurches. It was moved that the report be accepted. Seconded and accepted. 

The Calendar Committee's report was given by Linwood Tew. He 
ferred to pages 8-13 and moved that the report be accepted. Seconded and 
port accepted. 

Miscellaneous business was conducted. Rev. Julian Motley reported the 
merican Christian Television System (ACTS) will air February 1984. He 
>pealed to the pastors and people of the churches as this network will 
oadcast high quality programs-technically and otherwise. Only 
irticipating churches will have an opportunity to participate in the 
ogramming. $18,000 - $20,000 will be the initial cost to get the network 
red. 

Rev. A. D. Frazier of Page Road Church proposed to the Association two 
solutions: 

(1) In an age which seems to de-emphasize the importance of persons 
and personalities through the increase of numbers for names and 
machines over people, we desire to focus on and to seek to do what the 
Holy Bible teaches regarding values, specifically, to admit to, and to 
honor each person as a person. 

Therefore be it resolved that The Yates Baptist Association affirm 
and be on record that persons created in the image of God are equally 
lost, may equally be saved (redeemed) and should be treated equally 
as persons in the home, in the church, in the labor force, in the market 
place, and in politics. 

(2) In an effort to help order our priorities, to identify and focus on the 
person of Jesus Christ above all else, and to elevate Him to the 
rightful place of supreme importance in our attitudes and actions; 
Therefore be it resolved that the Yates Baptist Association affirm, 
and be on record that The Holy Bible is The Written Word of God, 
further, that the Saviour Jesus Christ it presents is the only begotten 
Son of God and is The Living Word of God, and as such, takes 
precedence over translations, versions, discussion, and arguments 
regarding the words He is revealed through. 

j The two resolutions will go to the Resolutions Committee for study and 
ter presentation. 

I Hymn 59, "Love Divine, All Love Excelling," was sung. 
I Rev. Jerry Harper moved that the moderator either appoint a special 
mmittee or assign to the Program Committee the task for the feasibility of 
anging our order to a one-day session at one church. Seconded by Miss 



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Nannie Mae Herndon. He felt it would place good stewardshi] 
stewardship of natural resources, resources of money, fairness of speake 
in competition of a more renown personality. The motion carried. 

Dr. Garland Hendricks spoke on the B. E. Morris Academy for Christu 
Studies and the annuity program. 

J. Leonard Gerrald, Director, Raleigh area of Family Service Centf 
reviewed the functioning and progress of the Baptist Children's Homes 

Recognition was made of Baptist State Convention representativ 
present. Each brought greetings and new facets of their programs. 

A special recognition was made by Mrs. Gordon Chandler, Olive Bran<i 
Church, Public Relations Director of the Yates Village, Inc. Plaques we 
presented to Mr. and Mrs. John Pickett, Mrs. Hazel Fish Pickett, and Mi| 
Eunice Pickett for their gracious gift to the Yates Association in memory 
Myra and O. H. Pickett-land for a retirement community (8 acres) ar 
opportunity to purchase additional adjoining land. 

Hymn 438, "He Lives," was sung. 

Dr. Gerald Goodwin, Moderator, introduced the speaker. 

Dr. James F. Heaton, former pastor of the Tabernacle Church I 
Raleigh, gave a very inspirational message on "The Living Word." (Tape t 
message on file at the Association Office.) 

Benediction and blessing was given by Wiley Oakley, Director, Mu 
and Education, Ridgecrest Baptist Church. I 

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Tuesday Evening, October 25, 1983 

Lakewood Baptist Church i 



The Proclaimed Word* 



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A concert by Ran Whitley, Associate Pastor of the Durham Memori a 
Church, preceded the final session of the annual meeting. 

The Moderator, Dr. Gerald Goodwin, called the meeting to order. 

Greetings and prayer were extended by the host pastor, Rev. Everet 
Smith. 

The Resolutions Committee report was given by Mrs. Hubert Mumforj 
Chairman. Appreciation was extended to the three hosts churches, and 
the Group 4 churches for providing the lunch following the mornir 
session. 

Appreciation was extended to the officers, Annual Meeting Committe 
to the committees, Executive Committee, and the Yates Village Commits li 
for untiring efforts on behalf of the Association. (Copy on file). 

The Resolutions Committee did not have time to act on the resolutioi 
that had been presented to them at the morning session. Rev. Jerry Harpe 
pastor of Mt. Hermon Church, moved that they be accepted. Seconded l 
Dr. Charles Harris, First Church. Rev. Julian Motley, pastor of Gormal 
Church, commented on^the resolutions. Dr. Harris withdrew his seconc ia 
Rev. Ernest Ferrell, Bethesda Church, moved that the resolutions be tabl« ] 
until next year. Passed. 

Motions were made by A. B. Stone for changes in the Bylaws of the Yati 
Baptist Association. 

Item #1--Article #1, Section 6 of page 23 of 1982 session repor 
entitled Constitution Committee change number of members from three 



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e. Purpose: to bring bylaws into conformity with existing practice, 
ange seconded by Jethro Broadwell. Change accepted. 

Item ffZ--To incorporate into the Bylaws a three-page document 
itled Trustees of Yates Village, Inc. This document was accepted and 
proved by the Association Board at the May 17, 1983, meeting of the 
ard. To insert the document into the bylaws and to number the same as 
tide II. To renumber all remaining articles to agree with this addition, 
ition was seconded and inclusion was accepted. 

Item #3--Proposed addition to Bylaws a yet unnumbered section 
itled "Personnel Committee" to be incorporated into Article I, Section 16. 

sections of Article I to be rearranged by name of Committee into 
•habetical order and consecutively numbered. The addition seconded by 
orge Ray and carried. (Copy of the three sections of the motion on file.) 
As miscellaneous business a report was given by Dr. Charles Harris, 
st Church and Chairman of the Search Committee for a Director of 
ssions. He gave a brief history, strategy, and regularity of reporting, 
ere have been a total of 27 recommendations (8 repeats) received since 
)tember 6. Total tally of 93 candidates in 16 states; 57 from North 
rolina. (Copy of report on file.) 

Thomas C. Newboult, Minister of Education, Yates Church, moved that 
Dmmittee to study the feasibility of the Baptist TelNet be appointed. The 
ptist TelNet is for development of leadership. Motion was seconded and 
Droved. 

Mrs. Faye Bassett and Mrs. Altaree Norris, Administrative Assistant 
I Secretary, respectively, of the Association Office, were extended 
Dreciation by the membership for their graciousness and work during the 
jence of the Director of Missions. 

Rev. Everette Smith moved that the dedication of the annual minutes be 
de to Mrs. Bassett and Mrs. Norris. Seconded by Rev. Clay Warf. Passed. 
Mrs. Faye Bassett presented the Lay Leader Award to Mrs. Darlene 
rrill, Holloway Street Church, for having served the Association in a 
nber of ways. 

Hymn 277, "We Have Heard the Joyful Sound," was sung. 

Mr. Fred Herndon, chairman, Yates Village, Inc., gave the report and 

3rred to page 29 of the "Book of Reports." He briefly reviewed the report. 

Mr. Eugene Warwick of Goldsboro, representative of the Home Mission 

ard, was recognized. He spoke briefly of the need for mission volunteers 

West Virginia. He is available to speak to churches or groups and is 

isting volunteers for the North Carolina/West Virginia Partnership. 

Hymn 461, "I Love to Tell the Story," was sung. 

Dr. Charles Harris introduced the speaker for the evening. 

Special music was presented by the Lakewood Church Choir. 

An inspirational talk and slide presentation was given by Dr. Alton 

od on "The Proclaimed Word." Dr. Hood is a medical missionary to 

ailand. (Copy of his message is on tape filed at the Association Office.) 

The benediction and closing of the 35th Annual Session was given by Dr. 

raid Goodwin. 



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REPORT OF THE ASSOCIATIONAL BOARD 



The Association Board consisting of the General Officers, the Past' 
and two lay persons from each church and committee chairpersons h 
four regular meetings during the year. In addition to these four meetir 
there was also a special called meeting to which each church was askec 
send duly elected messengers. Both the Board meetings and 1 
Associational Meeting will be reported on briefly. If further informatior 
desired a detailed account of each meeting is kept on file in the associatioi 
office. 

On February 15, 1983, a Board meeting was held at Hope Valley Chui 
and the following things were done: 

(1) Organizational reports were given. 

(2) The budget of $113,895 was given final approval. 

(3) The Camp Committee brought the following recommendatic 
which were approved: 

(a) $4,000 to be spent making the water tank operational, 

(b) $500 for general repairs on the lodge, and 

(c) $2,550 for landscape architectural services. 

(4) The Search Committee reported on their progress and also broug' 
the following resolution: 

WHEREAS, the Search Committee of our Association reports tr 
they are making good progress in trying to find a Director 
Missions; 

WHEREAS, our Interim Director, Dr. Hendricks, has a responsil 
program underway at Gardner- Webb College; 
WHEREAS, we are fortunate enough to have two highly responsil 
workers in the Associational Office (in persons of Faye Bassett a 
Altaree Norris); be it resolved that: (1) we relieve Dr. Hendricks of! 
regular responsibilities as Interim Director of Missions, effect 
February 28, 1983, with the understanding that at that time we a 
no longer pay housing or salary; (2) that Dr. Hendricks be asked 
serve as a consultant to Faye Bassett, on call, and that we pay I 
travel expenses for whatever services he renders until a new Direct 
is secured; and (3) that we authorize Faye Bassett to serve as c 
leader during the interim period with the understanding that she w 
work closely with the Moderator when she needs help. 
The recommedation came as a suggestion from Dr. Hendricks. 1 
Harris moved that we accept the recommendation. Seconded and pass< 

(5) Announcement of the time and place of the special Associatior 
Meeting was made following a report of the Retirement Hoi 
Feasibility Study Committee. 

On March 22, 1983, at First Baptist Church, the special meeting of t 
Association alluded to earlier was held with 304 persons present, 
thorough report was given by members of the Retirement HomeFeasibil 
Study Committee. After much discussion and several amendments 
original motions the following was approved: 

That the Yates Baptist Association use the 8-acre gift of land from t 
heirs of Myra and O. H. Pickett for the developmente of a retireme 



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mmunity according to the needs and wishes of the Association and that 
3 Moderator appoint a committee to draft guidelines which state the 
ationship with the Association and to recommend the method whreby 
3 Governing Board (Trustees) be elected. These were to be brought to the 
sociational Board for approval. 

A second Board Meeting was held on May 17, 1983, at Park View Church. 

this time the Committee on Guidelines for the Relationship between the 

sociation and Yates Village brought their report. A copy of their report is 

3d with the Clerk's minutes. The following persons were elected as 

istees of the Yates Village and their terms designated. 

ree (3) years: One (1) year: 

rl Herweyer, Braggtown R. E. Daughtry, Hope Valley 

ida Chandler, Olive Branch Doris Lindsay, Carrboro 

ed Herndon, Watts Street A. B. Stone, Jr., Yates 

ro (2) years: 

ly Judd, First Church 

. William Creasman, Watts Street 

ank Ward, Lakewood 

The third Board Meeting was held at Grey Stone Church on September 6, 
33. People gathered anticipating a recommendation from the Search 
mmittee. 

Dr. Charles Harris, chairman of the Search Committee, reported for the 
nmittee. He reviewed the committee's work over the past 12 months, 
ey had processed 74 resumes for the position of Director of Missions. The 
nmittee had been unanimous in their intention to recommend Dr. J ames 
ringfield of Texas. However, Friday afternoon, September 2, additional 
brmation was received that required further investigation. The result 
s a decision not to bring the recommendation. Reports were received 
m other committees and organizations. 

The fourth Board Meeting was held at Holloway Street Church on 
tober 11, 1983. The following occurred: 

(1) Organizational and Committee reports were given. 

(2) The Camp Committee brought the following recommendation: 

That the Matthew T. Yates homeplace be designated as a 
missions museum and that the associational W.M.U. and 
Brotherhood be asked to design and operate the museum and that 
after the building is ready, the building be properly dedicated. 

(3) Board members voted to transfer remaining funds designated for 

Retirement Study over to Yates Village, Inc. 
It has been my privilege to serve as moderator the past two years. As I 
nover the reins of leadership ti the new moderator, I will continue to 
)port the Association enthusiastically. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Gerald C. Goodwin, Moderator 



REPORT OF THE PLACE AND PREACHER COMMITTEE 

The committee recommends the following host churches and speakers 
the annual associational meetings of 1984: 



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HOST CHURCHES 



Monday evening, October 29, 1984 



Yates Baptist Chu: 

2819 Chapel Hill Rcj 
Braggtown Baptist Chui! 

3218 Roxboro Rc 
. Parkwood Baptist Chur 
1515 Clermont Rc 



Tuesday morning, October 30, 1984 



Tuesday evening, October 30, 1984 



' Preacher 
Alternate 



ANNUAL SERMON 

Dr. James I. Murphy, pastor, Hope Valley Baptist Chuii 
.Rev. Richard T. Davis, pastor, Park View Baptist Chui 



Respectfully submitted, 
Rev. Charles Rutt, Chairman 



REPORT OF THE RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE 



The Resolutions Committee gives the following for adoption: 

1. That we gratefully recognize the Lowe's Grove, Ridgecrest a 
Lakewood Baptist Churches who have made us feel so welcome at tlj 
the 35th Annual Session of the Yates Baptist Association, and to t 
churches in Group 4 for providing a delicious lunch. 

2. That appreciation be expressed to the Moderator, Gerald Goodwin; t 
Vice Moderator, Travis Clements; and the Clerk, John Deeds, for t 
faithful performance of their work, not only at this meeting, l 
throughout the year; to the Program Chairman, Crate Jones, and 1 
committee for the excellent planning of a meeting around the thei 
"YEAR OF THE BIBLE" and for all the speakers who developed t 
theme in such a thought provoking way; to all those who had any part 
making the music of the association so inspiring; to the members of. 
committees and the Executive Committee for their untiring efforts til 
past year on our behalf, and especially to the Yates Village, 9 
Committee who have spent hours making plans for a development th 
will house our elderly, many of whom have long been faithful servants 
our Association. 

3. As we express condolence and remember in prayer those of our numt 
who have gone to be with the Lord during the past year, we are al 
remembering the families of the Marines who recently paid the suprer 
sacrifice by giving their lives in Beirut. 

4. Be it futher resolved that we continue to support the Search Committ 
with prayers and encouragement, and express deep appreciation to Fa; 
Bassett, Administrative Assistant, and Altaree Norris, Secretary, fort] 
superb job they are doing to keep things going in the Association in I 
absence of a Director of Missions. 

May the spirit of him who first loved us capture us in a new way as we t 
to accomplish the goals of the Bold Mission Thrust by bold witnessin 
praying and giving. 



Respectfully submitted, 
Mrs. Hubert S. Mumford, Chm. 
Mrs. Sam Dennis 
Mrs. Clyde Hayes 



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REPORT OF THE SUNDAY SCHOOL 



1983 was the year of Sunday School growth emphasis in our association, 
hurches were encouraged to strengthen their Sunday School ministry 
ith strong Bible teaching and evangelistic outreach/visitation. 

The Raleigh/Durham Metro Sunday School Enrollment Clinic is now 
istory, but the results will continue for years to come. The clinic, which 
as held April 16-23, 1983, was led by 47 guest directors, 148 age group 
Decialists, 50 clinicians, leaders from the Sunday School Board, and 
aders from our North Carolina Baptist State Convention. 

During the clinic, a People Search Blitz took place on Sunday afternoon 
mt resulted in 2,298 canvassers (within the Raleigh and Durham 
ssociations), 5,733 prospects for Bible Study, and a pre-enrollment of new 
unday School members which numbered 375. 

In addition to the above, 298 new Sunday School units were started, and 
16 new Sunday School workers were enlisted and trained. 
I This clinic was part of the Southern Baptist 8.5 by '85 Sunday School 
nlargement Campaigns. 

I In May, our association once again experienced another fine V.B.S. 
linic at First Baptist Church. Several members of our Sunday School 
SSIST TEAM served as clinic leaders preparing workers in our 
psociational churches to teach preschoolers, children, youth, and adults in 
.B.S. ministry this summer. In addition, a session was provided for those 
►nducting Backyard Bible Clubs in their church. 

In September, 144 Sunday School leaders in our association 
spresenting 25 of our associational churches) came together at Cresset 
aptist Church for our annual Sunday School Leadership Training Night, 
lis year, a study of the new "UNDERSTANDING TODAY'S . . . 
RESCHOOLERS, CHILDREN, YOUTH AND ADULTS" was taught by 
veral members of our ASSIST TEAM. We were delighted with the results 

this training clinic designed to bring greater understanding to Sunday 
;hool leaders of those they minister to each week. 

1983 was a great year for Sunday School ministry in our association, but 
3 know that in 1984, the best is yet to come! 



Southern Baptists have long been known as a reaching people. Now we 
e known also as a discipling people. Our tools for discipling are: 
jirvival Kits for New Christians, MasterLife, dated periodicals, 
quipping Centers, and Disciple Life. These training materials help 
urch members know what to believe (so they aren't influenced by false 
Etchings), how to study the Scriptures to understand some key doctrinal 
iachings, Christian ethics, Baptist History, Church Organization and 
)lity and skills to perform functions of the church. 




REPORT OF CHURCH TRAINING 



Respectfully submitted, 
Wally Fowler, Director 



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A SOUND CHURCH FOUNDATION 



± 



1 






Worship 


S.S. C.T. 


Music Missions 



The absence of either of these blocks (organizations) weakens the 
church foundation and its disciple training ministry. 



♦SURVIVAL 

TRAINING 
(New Member) 



During the past year our churches have conducted special programs 
train disciples: 

*YOUTH WEEK: Cresset First Mt. Hermon 

Durham Memorial Grey Stone Temple 
Edgemont Lowe's Grove Trinity 

Durham Memorial Parkwood 
Lakewood Trinity 
Mt. Moriah Watts Street 

♦EQUIPPING CENTERS, SEMINARS AND SPECIAL FEATURES: 
Cedar Fork Grey Stone Lowe's Grove 

Cresset Grace Temple 

Durham Memorial Grey Stone Watts Street 
♦CHILDREN'S MEMORY WORK: 

Durham Memorial - Aaron Price 

Bethesda - Jon Fish Robert O'Shields Sherron Willian! 

Jennifer Massey Debbie Stallings 
In March Yates Association, in cooperation with the Church Trainir 
Department of the Baptist State Convention, had a Pastor's Interpretatic 
Dinner with 63 present. 

Your Associational Officers are available to assist you with a Trainir 
Program. 



Other churches may hi 



Respectfully submitted, 
Nannie Mae Herndon, Director 
ve participated but did not report. 



REPORT OF THE BROTHERHOOD 



"The harvest truly is plenteous but the laborers are few" (Matthew 9:31 
The Baptist Brotherhood program provides an outlet for men in I 
churches in our association to become the laborers needed to reap tl 
harvest. 

Many of our men have been involved in the past year in mission trips 
West Virginia, Fort Caswell, and overseas, as well as in their ow 
communities. They have been involved in church construction, retrei 
center renovation, revivals, backyard Bible studies, prisons, and visitatioi 



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Some new Baptist Men's units and R. A. Chapters formed in our churches 
is year. R.A.'s had a great track meet in the spring and a well attended 
irents/Son Fun Festival at the campgrounds this summer. 

I praise God for the men who take time to work with our young boys and 
so for the men who have actively sought to serve the Lord through mission 
:tion involvement. 

Respectfully submitted, 
J. Edwin Couch, Director 



REPORT OF THE MUSIC COUNCIL 

The Music Council has had a good year. The members are to be 
ngratulated for their work. They carried out the planned projects for the 
ar with a great deal of enthusiasm. It is the vision of the Council that 
usic be a celebrative experience of worship and praise in all the churches 

the Yates Baptist Association. In an effort to enhance the celebrative 
pect of worship the Council planned and executed two major events: (1) 
?sociation-wide music school, and (2) associational adult mass choir 
oduction of HARVEST. 

i (1) Associational-wide Music School - The music school reached the 
|eds of many persons in our association. The school met on May 23 and 
at Braggtown Church involving 125 persons. There were 25 churches 
presented at the school and four churches from neighboring associations, 
le persons who attended the school were offered 10 different classes to 
ihance their music knowledge. The school reached the needs of many 
rsons, and we express our appreciation to those persons who taught the 
rious classes. 

(2) HARVEST - Associational Mass Adult Choir - Persons gathered 
>m all across Yates Association at Bethesda Baptist Church to experience 
e missions commitment service of HARVEST, a missions cantata. The 
ntata featured a mass choir made up of some 15 churches in our 
sociation, orchestra, children's choirs, soloists, and narration. The 
'ector for the cantata was Charles Gattwood, Director of the Church 
jsic Department of the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina. 

The Council feels this experience brought rich dividends for the choirs 
id churches participating, a unique sense of unity among our churches 
d a challenge of commitment to missions. We wish to express our 
preciation to all the persons who worked so hard to make this event a 
ility in our association. It has been a good year and we look forward to the 
inned activities for the coming year. 

Respectfully submitted, 

E. Hugh O'Shields, Director 

REPORT OF WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 

The associational W.M.U. year began with emphasis on, "Life 
langing Accountability." The question - How we as church W.M.U. will 



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answer the responsibility to spread the Gospel to all the world? was aske 
One way is through mission education about mission needs, to be involv 
in mission action, and to study missions. 

Several of Yates Association churches have started new W.M. 
programs or provided age-level organizations for girls and women, but J 
still need to understand how we can be involved personally in mission 

At the January W.M.U. Council meeting, 42 women and guests rr 
representing 22 churches to share together, plan for the annual W.M. 
program and to elect at-large Nominating Committee members. Gera 
Goodwin, Moderator of Yates Association, shared an overview 
associational work, gave status of the camp expansion plans, the Yat 
Retirement Village, and an update of the Search Committee. 

On April 12, 1983, at the Annual W.M.U. Meeting at Cresset Church, 2 
women and guests represented 40 of the Yates Association churches. Th 
conducted the business of the W.M.U. and were challenged by Missiona 
Anne Neil on how we are called to be Kingdom Women. Sanford and An 
Smith, lay leaders from Greensboro, shared slides and facts about the 1 
person in volunteer missions. They also shared their testimonies of h( 
they had followed God's plan in lay renewal ministries. 

During the year associational W.M.U. officers attended workshop 
participated in studying WITNESSING WOMEN, led individual chul 
conferences, and five attended events for their particular groups with G.A 
and Acteens holding four events. We would like to say thanks to chun 
leaders for their willingness to take responsibility to assist association 
leaders at these events. Many of our churches have allowed us to he 
events at their churches. 

The Yates Association W.M.U. was recognized at the State Annu 
W.M.U. Meeting on March 19, as being a Distinguished W.M.U. This w 
the seventh year of Distinguished W.M.U. achievement 

Respectfully submitted, 
Dorothy Hicks, Director 

I 

REPORT OF TACMO 

The Associational Church Media Library Organization met four tim 
during the year. The first meeting was held on November 6, 1982 
Ridgecrest Baptist Church. Mrs. Ethel Crabtree discussed the duties of tj 
church media library staff. Eleven people representing seven church 
were in attendance. 

On February 5, 1983, the meeting was at Grey Stone Baptist ChurC 
Mrs. Sue Freeman explained how to organize vertical files. She also shar 
information and displays related to her trip to China. Eleven people fro 
six churches were present. 

The May 7, 1983 meeting was held at First Baptist Church. Mrs. Jar 
Clements explained how to inventory the library collection. Six church 
were represented by thirteen people. 

The last meeting of the year was on August 6, 1983, at Ridgecrest Bapti 
Church. Eight people from four churches were present. Several membe 



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d Mrs. Royal from First Baptist gave book reviews. The TACMO officers 
re re-elected to serve during the 1983-84 year. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Clara J. Crabtree, President 



REPORT OF LAUBACH 

The Literacy program has had a very busy year. Interest is increasing 
the concern of adult nonreaders in the Durham area. Three workshops 
re held during the past year training 43 volunteers to tutor nonreaders. A 
rkshop is currently being held weekly at the Durham Public Library. The 
•ector attended the Southeastern Regional Conference in June and 
lducted a basic workshop. The National Conference will be held next 
ir in Seattle, Washington. Yates Baptist Literacy Council is also a 
mber of the North Carolina Literacy Council and the Director serves on 
> Board of Directors. 

Workshops are already being planned for the coming year. We have 35 
ors actively working with nonreaders but, if we are to alleviate the 
>blem, it will be necessary to train many more workers, and create a 
rire for volunteers to continue to carry out the Lord's command to go into 
the world. His word can be spread by teaching someone to read it. 
Continue to pray for us as we endeavor to do His will. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Mary E. Whaley, Director 



REPORT OF THE CAMP COMMITTEE 

The Camp Committee has been listening to the input from the 
sociation concerning the further development of the camp. After sensing 
defininte direction to move forward with development, we have begun to 
some long-range planning to bring these goals to a reality. 
On the approval of the Associational Board in February, we have 
ured the services of Mr. Rufus Coulter, registered landscape architect, to 
relop a master plan. Mr. Coulter will also design an attractive brochure 
je used to promote the camp. We expect this to be ready by early next 
ir. 

The 10,000 gallon water tank has been completely installed, approved by 
Health Department and will be put in operation early next spring. The 
ge has been painted inside and new stain put on the outside. Power has 
n run to the amphitheater to make this more useable for outdoor services, 
ima, etc. We have purchased some new equipment for trimming around 
pond area to make it safer. 

Plans are underway to dedicate the Matthew T. Yates homeplace and to 
n it over to the Associational W.M.U. as a mission's museum. 
We will, on approval of the Finance Committee, have a new survey run of 
property lines. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Ernest H. Ferrell, Chairman 



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REPORT OF THE CHRISTIAN LIFE COMMITTEE 



After many years with no one elected to this committee, we are now all 
and functioning. Our major function for the past year has been simply! 
gain some organization and an awareness of who we are and what we artf 
be about within the Yates community. 

We have also made an attempt to make Yates Association aware of 1 
Christian Life Committee and its ministries. This has been done by varic 
members of the committee writing articles for the newsletter about issi 
relating to Christian Life. 

Secondly, we held an associational Christian Life Conference 
September 22. We were privileged to have the staff of our state conventioi 
Council on Christian Life and Public Affairs. We had twenty-five fr< 
seven churches - six within the association and one non-Baptist. 

There are plans for the coming year for additional conferences deali 
with specific subjects and the establishment of a Durham branch of the L 
Enrichment Center in Raleigh to offer Christian counseling to c 
community. 

We covet your prayers and support as we try to be your conscienc 
making you aware of moral and ethical issues confronting Christians a 
the church. 



REPORT OF THE COMMUNITY MINISTRIES COMMITTEE 

Some progress is being made in the areas of Senior Adult, prison, a 
youth in trouble ministries in our churches. Ted Stone's ministry of maki; 
us aware of drug abuses, youth in trouble, alcoholics, and other socia. 
needy is a credit to our association. 

We have sought to feed the hungry, as we were made aware of thi 
needs. Our associational staff very willingly assists in preparing bags; 
groceries for the needy. We have also kep two families from being evict 
because of their inability to pay their rent. Much more needs to be done! 
the areas of fuel and utility assistance. 

Thanks to the churches who support our Associational Pantry, we I 
able to feed a large number of hungry each year. 

We are just touching the tip of the iceberg. Pray that God will gra 
wisdom as we seek to serve more people in 1984. 



REPORT OF THE EVANGELISM COMMITTEE 

A pastor's enrichment conference was held the week after Thanksgivii 
with Dr. Waylon Moore of Tampa, Florida. Some 20 pastors were rich 



Respectfully submitted, 

Jerry E. Harper, Sr., Chairperson 



Respectfully submitted, 
Tobie P. Stone, Jr., Chairman 



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ssed by the conference to the extent that Dr. Moore has just completed 2 
»ks of ministry with Bethesda and Ridgecrest Baptist Churches. 
Video tapes have been purchased for the Yates Association library for 
by our churches. Please use these tapes to enhance the ministries of 
r churches. 

There are plans under way to secure Jack Taylor for an area conference 
he near future. 

Vlay the spark of evangelism fall on each of us as we seek to reach and 
ch in these days of adversity. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Robert Weatherly 



REPORT OF THE MISSIONS COMMITTEE 

\gain this year the work of the Missions Committee has been focused in 
^e different areas which are indicative of the broad scope of our 
>onsibility. One area of our work has concerned the starting of a new 
rch. Last year we chose to focus our attention on the Leesville Road area 
this new work and we are pleased to report that the Lynn's Crossroad 
ipel is alive and growing. Thanks to the people of Durham Memorial 
irch which serves as the primary sponsor and mother church, Lynn's 
ssroad is averaging 70 in attendance and in the process of purchasing 10 
is of land with a house in which to worship. This congregation is 
sently in need of financial support from our churches in order that this 
ded property may be obtained. 

\ second area of our work this year has focused on a new ministry, an 
3ciational-wide prison ministry. We are recommending at the annual 
ting that Mr. Boyce Kimball serve as director of this ministry which will 
in in the Guess Road Prison Unit. Beginning January 1984, the Guess 
d Unit will house primarily young men serving from 3 to 7 years who 
it to continue their education. A program has been designed through 
ham Tech and some other local institutions of learning for this purpose, 
have been asked to reach out to these young men by working with them 
ndividual Christian laymen and individual churches. The thrust of the 
*ram is to have one or two of these inmates in our churches on a regular 
is to meet their physical and spiritually needs. Another part of our 
istry will be to design and staff with Christian laymen a pre-release 
jram that will benefit the inmates when they re-enter society. In 1984 we 
be receiving $1,800.00 for the support of this ministry through the state 
vention Chaplaincy and Language Missions Department. We are 
immending that our association assume responsibility for the 
itional $600.00 needed to get the ministry underway. 
)ur third area of work has concerned the Good Samaritan Church which 
been under watchcare for the past two years. This young congregation 
a membership of over 100 and is ready to be considered for full 
nbership in our association. We will be making that recommendation at 
annual meeting. 



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We continue to be excited about the work of our committee. We encoun 
you to be involved in these exciting ministries in the coming year. Be 
prayer for us that we might truly be an instrument of the Lord in 198- 



Respectfully submitted, 
M. Clay Warf, Chairman 



REPORT OF THE ORDINATIONS COMMITTEE 



The Ordinations Committee of Yates Baptist Association had 1 
distinct privilege of meeting with and affirming for ordination to the Gos 
Ministry the following individuals: 



Candidate 

Rick Allison 
Tommy Lamm 
Wayne Schlink 
Kim Williams 
Ed Denton 
Mark Moser 
Mark Beasley 
Laura Martin 
Sandra McKeown 



Ordaining Church 

Guess Road 
Rose of Sharon 
Gorman 
First 

Plainview 
Edgemont 

Park View 
Immanuel 



Date of Council 

November 1 
November 24 
December 15 
January 6 
March 6 
March 10 
March 16 
June 12 
June 16 



Respectfully submitted, 
Larry O. Harper, Chairman 



REPORT OF THE RADIO & TELEVISION COMMITTEE 
(ACTS FEASIBILITY STUDY) 

The Radio & Television Committee along with the members of the AC 
Feasibility Study Committee met three times to evaluate a new T 
ministry offered by the Radio & Television Commission of the Southe 
Baptist Convention. It is our firm conviction that this program should 
presented to representatives of all churches in the association. A meeti 
has been established for the dissemination of information following whi 
churches will individually determine its involvement. This is a bold I 
ministry which will challenge our commitment to Christ and the spread 
the Gospel message. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Bill Brogden, Chairman 



REPORT OF THE SENIOR ADULTS 



Senior Adults of the Yates Association testify to the importance 
fellowship in their lives as shown by an average attendance of about 100 
the quarterly meetings of the group. Plans are being made to ensure th 
every church in our association be represented in this fellowship. 



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Programs continue to be excellent and meaningful. In November Hugh 
•'Shields and Herbert Gray brought an enjoyable musical program. The 
ev. Ray Rogers brought a wonderful testimony on "Ministry Through 
Witnessing" at the February meeting. In May, the Rev. Fred Williams 
resented his perception of the Holy Land, through slides and narration, as 

related to the life of Christ. Hugh O'Shields and Herbert Gray 
emonstrated the spirit of cooperation that exists between the ministers of 
usic in the association as they presented a devotional-musical program at 
le August meeting. 

i Group travel by bus continues to be an enjoyable form of recreation, 
veral churches are sponsoring long and short trips which afford 
portunities for senior adults, particularly singles, to see the United States 
d Canada that would not be possible travelling alone. There are also side 
mefits of making new friends while seeing the country as well as safe 
avel in groups. Senior adults are aware of the need to make new friends at 
rery opportunity. 

' Many senior adults have attended conferences and retreats at Caraway 
id Ridgecrest during the year. Also many attended the first N.C. State 
ally at Greensboro where the program was outstanding. This promises to 
; an annual event. 

We are still interested in bringing in many more of the senior adults in 
jir association to enjoy the fellowship, fun, and food at our quarterly 
eetings the second Thursday of November, February, May, and August. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Mrs. Floyd Rhodes, Jr., President 



REPORT OF THE SINGLES 30-50 

The Christian singles 30-50 group met on the second Saturday of each 
□nth for Christian fellowship. 

Officers are elected at the July meeting and take office following the 
eeting, serving for a one year term. At the present time we have 
(proximately 60 members with an average attendance of 17 per month. 
This year we started a singles 30-50 newsletter to inform membership of 
eeting times, activities planned, to welcome new members and to share 
ghlights of events the group is involved in doing. We hope through this 
iwsletter to encourage others to become involved on a regular basis. 
Some of the activities for the year were: cookouts, skating, hiking, films 
id hotdogs, spaghetti, pizza and bowling, a trip to Raleigh to visit the 
ipitol and museum, Halloween parties with costumes, Christmas party 
Ith handmade craft items for gifts, ice cream and cake, and a trip to 
llfiarlottesville, Virginia, to tour Monticello and other points of interest. 
1 During this year 22 new members joined our group. Many lasting 
endships have been formed through fellowship in the group. We hope to 
lp others be aware of how Christian fellowship can make a difference to 
b single person. Thank you, Yates Association, for your support of the 
iristian Singles 30-50. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Dorothy Hicks, President 



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REPORT OF THE SINGLES OVER 50 



This group meets monthly on the first Saturday-sometimes at 4:30 at 
sometimes at 6:30 or 7:00 p.m. 

During this year we have met at Angier Avenue Baptist Church and; 
Grey Stone Baptist Church, at Holloway Street Baptist Church and Trini 
Baptist Church. On July 2, we enjoyed a picnic at Wrightwood Park, ay 
recently we have met at K & W Cafeteria - University Mall and 
Ballentine's Cafeteria - Northgate Mall. Our attendance averages about 
to 65, occasionally up to 69 and 70. 

When a member dies, it is our policy to contribute $10 to the Gidei 
Society for Bibles to be purchased and used in memory of the person. 

Earlier in the summer, we were extremely saddened at the death of one 
our organizers-Claiborne Carl Ross. Claiborne was a tremendous boost 
of the "Singles Over 50" and will be sorely missed for years to come. 

Last December we unanimously decided not to exchange Christm 
gifts and instead to give the money and make a contribution to Ti 
Salvation Army. In early December we delivered $250 to The Salvatitj 
Army for its Christmas Stocking use. Needless to say, each of us receiver 
genuine feeling of joy and blessing, and it is our hope that this will becor 
an annual Christmas time of joyous giving. 

It is our prayer that we may reach more and more of this age group 
Singles. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Inez L. Ferguson, President ; 



REPORT OF THE STUDENT WORK COMMITTEE 

Efforts have been made this year to regroup this committee and to brii f 
some of the work into focus before our association. Two meetings were he , 
throughout the year with the committee and an additional meeting w 
held with the associational Finance Committee by Velma Ferrell, Camp], 
Minister at Duke; Joe Clontz, Campus Minister at UNC-Chapel Hill; ait 
the chairman of the Student Work Committee. Following are excerpts of til 
work being done at both campuses: 
1. UNC-Chapel Hill 

Baptist Campus Ministry at UNC-Chapel Hill experienced growth agaf 
during the 1982-83 year. Bible studies were held two or three times eal 
week at the Baptist Student Center with other groups being led in donl 
and apartments by BSU students. With the theme "Gifts of the Spiril 
guiding our ministry, programs and worship, retreats, study group 
missions involvement and community outreach all benefited from tf 
emphasis. The UNC-Chapel Hill Baptist Student Union Choir began if 
year of concerts at the 1982 Yates Baptist Association Annual Meeting f 
the University Baptist Church in Chapel Hill. Several other churches! 1 
the Yates Association requested the choir to lead in worship experience! 

Baptist Campus Ministry at UNC-Chapel Hill attempts to attral 
Christian and non-Christian students into a fellowship that encourag 
both commitment to the Christian faith as well as nurturing in tl 8 
Christian faith with over 175 students involved. 



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DUKE 

North Carolina Baptists, through Baptist Campus Ministry at Duke, 
are able to reach out to students on the Duke Campus in a variety of ways. 
The ministry provides the Baptist Student Union for in and out-of-state 
students who seek a Christian fellowship group, as well as an outreach to 
the broader campus through cooperation with other Christian groups on 
campus. In the 1982-83 school year, Duke BSU students attended regular 
Friday BSU supper forums. They also participated in a variety of 
smaller group activities: dorm Bible studies, a morning prayer break- 
fast prayer partners, nursing home ministry at Hillhaven on LaSalle 
Street, campus visitation, fundraising for missions, outreach teams to 
local churches, and one-time community outreach projects. The missions 
fundraising effort was so successful that, Tn addition to meeting the 
students' original goal of $1,200.00 for the N.C. Baptists Student 
Missions Budget, Duke BSU students raised an additional $450, which 
made it possible for Lowe's Grove Baptist Church to employ a student to 
do youth and other ministry in the church for the summer. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Joe B. Zimmerman, Chairman 



REPORT OF YATES VILLAGE, INC. 

At a Board Meeting May 17, this association appointed the following 
jard of Trustees for Yates Village Retirement Home: three-year terms - 
s. Linda Chandler, Rev. Carl Herweyer, Fred Herndon; two-year terms - 
r. William Creasman, Billy Judd, Frank Ward; one-year term - R. E. 
aughtry, Ms. Doris Lindsay, A. B. Stone, Jr. Ex-officio members are 
oderator Rev. Gerald Goodwin and the director of missions. 

The Board named its officers as follows: Chairman, Fred Herndon; 
ice-chairman, Rev. Carl Herweyer; Secretary, Ms. Doris Lindsay; 
easurer, Billy Judd; Public Relations Director, Ms. Linda Chandler. 
>mmittees: Organization, Rev. Herweyer, chairman, Mr. Stone; Finance, 
r. Judd, chairman, Mr. Stone and Mr. Ward; Plans and Professional 
irvices, Mr. Ward, chairman, Mr. Daughtry, and Mr. Stone; Medical 
rvices, Dr. Creasman, chairman, and Ms. Lindsay; Community Services, 
s. Chandler, chairman, Rev. Goodwin, Rev. Herweyer. Faye Bassett is 
cording secretary. 

Yates Village, Inc., is legally incorporated with Articles of Incorpation 
•proved by the Associational Board, and tax-exemption request is on file, 
le Board adopted a $50,000 interim operating budget and detailed studies 
e under way on finance, design, medical and community services. The 
>ard thinks that when tax exemption is confirmed, there will be 
bstantial donations for development costs and reserve funds to provide 
r emergencies and assistance for persons uable to pay all their expenses. 

The Board expects widespread support for Yates Village, Inc. because of 
berest from prospective occupants and financial contributors, success of 
her church-sponsored retirement homes, and the benefits of Yates Baptist 
vocation and Yates Village to each othej. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Fred Herndon, Chairman 

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REPORT OF THE YOUTH COUNCIL 



Though we had several events for the youth this past year, 
participation of the youth was down from previous years. The Yo 
Council met regularly, but rarely had more than 8-10 people. Neverthehj 
we had several events during the year. 

On October 2, Westwood Baptist Church hosted "His Ambassadoi 
international touring group and invited the association's youth 
participate. There were between 50 and 100 people there for an excell 
concert of songs and testimonies. 

At 5:00 a.m., January 24, about 50 young people and adults \\ 
Loehman's Plaza for Boone and a day of skiing at Ski French-Swiss. It vj 
a hard trip up the mountain with Angier Avenue's bus. First Church's V 
ran along behind probably very frustrated. 

Lamar Slay returned to Durham after 2 years to be the featured speal 
at a Youth Rally April 9, at Grey Stone Church. Leroy Rose (Faith Churl 
gave a testimony and Jeff Owens (Trinity Church) sang. More than I 
from several churches attended. 

The first associational youth picnic was attempted on May 28, at Fori 
Hills Park. About 50 from 5 churches came and had hamburgers and li 
dogs. We had anticipated about 100, so we took the leftover food to i 
Durham Rescue Mission. "Shine On," from Guess Road Church, gavo 
good concert and those who did come had a good time. 

Again this year Trailways buses were provided for the trip to Greensbc 
and the Youth Evangelism Conference. Dr. Jimmy Draper spoke a 
"Truth" sang. It was a challenging message to walk with Christ. 

Please continue to support the ministries that the Youth Council tries' 
do. Many times the difference in a good program and a bad one is t 
attendance. 

This is my last report as I am rotating off the Youth Advisory Commit! 
this year. Fred Bramigk of Bethesda Church will be the new chairman i 
the coming year. Lend your support to him. Thank you for your cooperati 
over the last 3 years. May our God and Father be praised in all that we e 
and say. 



Respectfully submitted, 
Fulton Hartzog, Chairman 



YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
1984 PROPOSED BUDGET 



I. FELLOWSHIP, MISSIONS, AND EVANGELISM 



101 Evangelism 

102 Baptist Campus Ministries 

103 Annual Meeting 

104 Key Leadership Conference 

105 Missions Committee 



$ 800 
..3,500 
. . . 600 
. . . 300 



(1) Summer Student Church Placement 

(2) Chaplaincy - PSO 

(3) Lynn's Crossroad Mission 

(4) Prison & Jail Chaplaincy 



2,000 
1,200 
. 600 
. 600 



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106 Literacy ^0 

107 Contact Teleministry 600 

108 Research Triangle Missions Committee . ^0 

109 Singles Over 50 i^O 

110 Singles 30-50 100 

111 Senior Adults 100 

112 Community Ministries 500 

113 Life Enrichment (Church Staff Counseling) . . . . . . . . 2 400 

114 Yates Village 5 000 

115 Christian Life Committee '<mn 

I. PERSONNEL bU0 



PERSONNEL 

201 Direc 

202 Admi 

203 Clerk 



201 Director of Missions 37 000 

202 Administrative Assistant \ . . . . . 12 000 

'600 



204 Secretary 7 040 

205 Bookkeeper 1 760 

206 Adm. Assistant (use of personal car) 300 

207 Camp Caretaker " " 4 500 

208 Janitor '^0 

209 Adm. Assistant's Retirement i 200 

210 Adm. Assistant's Disability Insurance 'l50 

211 Secretary's Retirement coc 

ORGANIZATIONS TRAINING 

301 Library & Visual Aids 7 nn 

302 Youth Council [ [ [ [ [ 

303 Ministers' Conference 9 nn 

304 Sunday School ; 

305 Church Training L 'i™ 

306 WMU : ?ln 

307 Brotherhood A \''" 

308 Music 1500 

309 Convention & Conferences (for Director) 1 '500 

^T^y^ ? & Conf erences (for Adm. Asst.) . [[[[[' 300 

OFFICE AND ADMINISTRATION 

401 Utilities a nnn 

402 Miscellaneous b, SS 



403 Equipment & Repairs \ S 

404 Insurance 1,yUU 



405 Worker's Compensation o2n 

406 Social Security \f" 

407 Promotion & Study . . ' ' '™ 

408 Printing ^\\\\\\\\\\\ « 100 

409 Postage JlOO 

410 Directory 

411 Service Contracts \ irX 

PROPERTIES & MANAGEMENT ' 

cni £ arrett Road Property (property tax) 125 

502 Camp Operating Expenses 4 000 

503 Camp Insurance ' Qnn 

PAT C oUU 

^ $125,116 



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*$1,200 to be supplied by the Baptist State Convention 
**$ 1,800 to be supplied by the Baptist State Convention 



AUDITOR'S REPORT 



Yates Baptist Association 
Durham, North Carolina 

We have examined the statement of assets, liabilities and fund balanii 
arising from cash transactions of YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION aijjj 
December 31, 1982, and the related statement of revenues collected eU 
expenditures paid for the year then ended. Our examination was madcn 
accordance with generally accepted auditing standards and, according 
included such tests of the accounting records and such other audit jj 
procedures as we considered necessary in the circumstances. 

As described in Note #1, the Association's policy is to prepare I 
financial statements on the basis of cash receipts and disbursemerp 
consequently, certain revenues and the related assets are recognized wli 
received rather than when earned, and certain expenses are recogni:ii 
when paid rather than when the obligation is incurred. Accordingly, | 
accompanying financial statements are not intended to present financl 
position and results of operations in conformity with generally accepl 
accounting principles. 

In our opinion, the financial statements referred to above present fail 
the assets, liabilities and fund balances arising from cash transactional 
YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION as of December 31, 1982, and I 
revenues collected and expenditures paid during the year then ended, on I 
basis of accounting described in Note #1, which basis has been applied i| 
manner consistent with that of the preceeding year. 



AUDITOR'S REPORT 
pages 33,34 and 35 
(Detailed report available in Associational Office) 

YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

Durham, North Carolina 



STATEMENT OF ASSETS, LIABILITIES AND FUND BALANC 
ARISING FROM CASH TRANSACTIONS 
DECEMBER 31, 1982 



Bailey, Self, Harris and Compaq 



ASSETS 



CURRENT ASSETS: 

Cash in Bank 

Account Receivable - Sales Tax . . 
Temporary Investments - Note #3 



$32,822.46 
... 604.16 
108,852.30 



Total Assets 



$142,278 



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LIABILITIES AND FUND BALANCES 



ABILITIES $ -0- 

HJND BALANCES: 

Camp Expansion - Note #2 $41,040.22 

Camp Swimming Pool - Note #2 150.72 

Association Savings - Note #2 54,833.10 

Church Expansion - Note #2 13,798.94 

New Work 245.77 

New Work Revolving 1,905.03 

General Fund Surplus 30,305.14 

Total Fund Balances 142,278.92 

Total Liabilities and Fund Balances $142,278.92 



YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

Durham, North Carolina 

NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 
DECEMBER 31, 1982 

PTE #1 - SUMMARY OF SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING 
POLICIES 

ish Basis - The Association's policy is to prepare its financial statements 
on the cash basis; consequently, certain revenues and the related assets 
are recognized when received rather than when earned and certain 
expenses are recognized when paid rather than when the obligation is 
incurred. 

^ed Assets - The Association's policy is to expense all fixed assets when 
acquired. Consequently, the financial statements do not reflect fixed 
assets, accumulated depreciation and depreciation expense. 

PTE #2 - PRIOR YEAR'S INTEREST 

The beginning fund balances have been adjusted to reflect accrual of 
prior year's interest revenue as follows: 

PRIOR YEAR 
INTEREST 
REVENUE 

JND NAME ADJUSTMENT 

mp Expansion $3,315.82 

sociation Savings 4,430.26 

mp Swimming Pool 12.42 

urch Expansion 1,114.44 

Total $8,872.94 

)TE #3 - SHORT-TERM INVESTMENTS 

Short-term investments as of December 31, 1982, are as follows: 

COST 

p>. Treasury Bill - Par Value 

$105,000.00 - Maturity Date 2/17/83 $99,821.75 

sh Equivalent Fund - Wheat First Securities 9,030.55 

Total $108,852.30 



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ANNUAL FINANCIAL STATEMENT 



CASH ON HAND Oct.-Dec, '82 Jan.-Sept. *l 

RECEIPTS: 

From Churches 27,388.65 
Sales Tax Refund 

Interest from Checking 311.95 
Interest - Special Checking 

New Work Fund Income 75.00 
Total Cash Available $51,887.34 

DISBURSEMENTS: 

Fellowship, Missions, Evangelism 

Evangelism $ $ 

(1) On-going Program 793.10 

(2) Here's Hope 9.13 
Baptist Campus Ministry 

Annual Meeting 625.78 
Key Leadership Conference 
Missions Committee 

(1) Summer Student Ch. Planner 

(2) PSO Chaplaincy (600.00) 

(3) Lynn's Crossroad Chapel 

(4) Prison Ministry 
Literacy Committee (57.65) 
Contact Teleministry 250.00 
RTM Committee 
Singles Over 50 
Singles 30-50 
Senior Adults 
Community Ministries 

Life Enrichment 600.00 
Retirement Comm. Feasibility Study 2,500.00 
Christian Life Committee 
Personnel 

Director of Missions 225.00 
Interim Director of Missions 

(1) Housing 

(2) Salary 

Administrative Assistant 2,400.00 
Clerk 600.00 
Part-time Secretaries 1,806.04 
Adm. Asst.'s Travel 75.00 
Camp Caretaker 975.00 
Janitor 109.50 
Adm. Asst.'s Retirement 184.80 
Adm. Asst.'s Insurance 30.09 
Christmas Bonus 600.00 
Director's Retirement 
Director's Insurance 

Director's Travel 294.80 
Director's Housing 1,800.00 



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Director's Utilities 

Search Committee 48.02 2,714 94 

)rganizations & Training 
Library & Visual Aids $ $ 

(1) On-going 

(2) Video Equipment 
Youth Council 
Ministers' Conference 
Sunday School 

(1) On-going 

(2) 1983 Metro Enlargement 
Church Training 
W.M.U. 
Brotherhood 
Music 

Conferences/Convention (Director) 

Conference/Conv. (Adm. Asst.) 
>f£ice & Administration 

Utilities 

Miscellaneous 

Equipment & Repairs 
! Insurance 

j Worker's Compensation 
| Social Security 
I Promotion & Study 

Printing 
I Postage 
! Directory 

Service Contracts 
! Supplies 
! Rent 

Emergency Fund 

Social Security (Dr. Armstrong) 
roperties & Management 

Garrett Road Property 

Camp Operating Expenses 
^ Camp Insurance 
iscellaneous 

Sales Tax 228 87 

™ A Tax 115.08 (126.21) 

Jw! 1 h M° ldlng 127 - 39 (123.80 

btate Withholding lfi7 ox. nAA 9Q ( 

3TAL DISBURSEMENTS: $20,09 5 : 5 6 $56 22664 

ish on Hand, Wachovia $3i,79i.78 $24,174.07 

»sh on Hand, Money Market, CCB qi , ol 09 

3TAL CASH ON HAND $31,791.78 $SoH 



28.76 


676.37 


422.07 


578.50 




81.00 




315.40 


(100.00) 


(509.30) 


71.21 


392.94 


335.89 


818.07 


109.22 


342.50 


112.00 


352.00 


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616.77 


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HISTORY OF LOWE'S GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH 



Lowe's Grove Baptist Church has been an active force in southern 
rham County for approximately 74 years. The congregation formed 
m two separate meeting groups of people. Highlighted are a few 
:omplishments and continued service to the Lord and community. 
1890 - Sunday School organized at the home of the Edmund Lowe 

family on Alston Avenue approximately one mile south of the 

present church. 

1907 - Sunday School organized in the abandoned High Point School, 
approximately a quarter of mile inside the Wake County line. 

1909 - High Point Group organized into a church in April, with Rev. 

R. E. Atkins, as pastor. During the summer the two above groups 
met and agreed to combine congregations and on September 20, 
Lowe's Grove Baptist Church was formed. 

1910 - R. H. Rigsbee donated a lot adjoining school for the erection of a 

church building. This building was built completely by 
members. The church was accepted in Mt. Zion Association in 
good standing. 

1914 - Woman's Missionary Society and Sunbeam was organized. Mrs. 

J. L. Green was elected president. 
1925 - Church and cemetary were moved to present location on the west 

side of Alston Avenue. The church was remodeled at this time. 
1939 - Under leadership of Rev. J. A. Morgan church services were held 

each Sunday. 

1948 - New brick church building was begun to replace the older frame 

stucco structure. 

1949 - New "debt free" church valued at $75,000.00 was completed and 

dedicated. 

!1954 - Brick parsonage erected "debt free" valued at $18,000.00. 
1958 - Educational annex added to the church "debt free" valued at 
$60,000.00. 

;1960 - Outside entrance ramp erected "debt free." 
1963 - Church fellowship building erected "debt free" valued at 
$40,000.00. 

j 1966 - An exchange of property with neighbor, Northeast Baptist 
Church, was made. In exchange for the property of one acre of 
land on Alston Avenue, which is now a part of Lowe's Grove 
Church Cemetary, the church purchased 2 1/2 acres of land on 
Highway 55, north of Cornwallis Road, moved Northeast Church 
Cemetary to the present location, purchased 10,000 brick, and 
pledged to assist them with $50.00 a month toward their 
mortgage and their mortgage note was burned a few years later. 
Some additional gifts were made by individual members of 
Lowe's Grove Baptist Church to Northeast Baptist Church. 

1970 - Parsonage remodeled "debt free" with an 800 square foot 
addition. 

1974 - Agreement reached between the church and the Durham County 
Board of Education due to the construction and location of the 



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new Lowe's Grove Junior High School. This agreem 
concerned adjoining property of the school and church. 
1980 - Church in conference adopted Church Constitution. 

1982 - Church chimes restored as a memorial gift. 

1983 - Memorial Rose Garden dedicated. 

The following has served as ministers: R. E. Atkins, J. M. Arne 
Thomas Green, Joe Currin, G. T. Mills, C. C. Smith, A. H. Porter, Ai 
McCall, J. A. Morgan, J. L. Powers, Dr. Charles E. Maddry, J. H. Anders 
Dr. L. Elbert Wethington, Robert W. Dorr, Dr. Hugh Wamble, J. 
Fogleman, Aubrey Quakenbush, Robert Phillips, Vernon Sparrow, Rob 
Young, Dr. Carroll Trotter, and Robert L. Clegg. 

The church is very proud of the fact that two of her members have g( 
into the ministry: Rev. Charles A. Maddry, now deceased, and M 
Pamela Shipp Bass. 

From humble beginnings, Lowe's Grove has grown into an active chui 
with 612 members, "debt free" property valued at over one million dolla 
and a yearly operation budget of over $133,000.00. This has been achie\ 
through the dedication, hard work and leadership of former ministers ? 
members. The church continues to grow in strength and service under 1 
leadership of the present minister, Rev. Robert L. Clegg. 



HISTORY OF MOUNT CARMEL BAPTIST CHURCH 

Mount Carmel Baptist Church was constituted in the year 1803 
Pritchard's Meeting House, near Chapel Hill, North Carolina. The fi 
president of the United States, George Washington, had been dead a mc 
four years, and the Louisiana Purchase had just doubled the size of t 
United States. In 1814, Matthew McCauley deeded a tract of land to chur 
trustees - Abner W. Clompton, William H. Merritt, and Thomas Weaver -J 
exclusive use of "the said Baptist Church known by the name of Chris 
Church at Mount Carmel." The land and church was located on a I 
overlooking Morgan's Creek about two miles southwest of Chapel H] 
situated beside a main plank road on which Lord Cornwallis traveled frc 
Hillsborough to Fayetteville during the days of the American Revolutic 

One certain fact about this young church is that it served a far larg 
purpose in its community than churches do presently. All schoolir 
political and public functions were held in the church, and it was a ma 
source of authority in matters of community order. Mount Carmel at tl 
time was the only Baptist church serving Chapel Hill and the Universi 
located there. 

Mount Carmel has belonged to four local Baptist church associatio 
during its long history: the Flat River Association until 1827, the San< 
Creek Association until 1870, the Mount Zion Association until the 1950 
and then the Yates Association. 

Three times Mount Carmel members have extended an arm of Mou 
Carmel to form new churches. Mt. Gilead Baptist Church was founded 
1823, Lystra Baptist Church in 1853, and University Baptist Church 
1854. All three churches are still active. 

Mount Carmel membership dropped during the hard years of Civil Wf 
but growth began again after the cassation of this conflict. The origin 



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•cation of the church was moved in 1873, after Elder George Purefoy 
Dnated the present property on which the church stands. After the crops 
ere laid by that year, a "working" was held. Old Mount Carmel was torn 
bwn and hauled by wagons to a site just ten feet from the location of our 
resent structure. There it was re-assembled. Additions were made in 1903 
hd 1931. 

Mount Carmel progressed rapidly during the first half of the twentieth 
pntury. Saturday meetings with a "circuit" preacher gave way to regular 
[unday meetings. In 1945 our first full-time pastor, Rev. C. E. Byrd, was 
illed. A parsonage fund was begun, and in 1948 this structure was ready 
[>r occupation. Sunday School, Training Union, W.M.U., and other phases 
phe church's work flourished. By the late 1950's, it was apparent that the 
iembership was outgrowing the frame structure, and in March 1959 the 
roundbreaking for our present brick sanctuary was held. This was 
)mpleted in 1962, and on October 28, the first sermon was preached there, 
'wo years later, the educational plant was finished. In 1978, renovations to 
'ar Fellowship Hall were completed; this new structure has added 
nmensely to the community life of the church. 

In 1978, Mount Carmel celebrated her 175th year of existence. A picnic 
as held at the site of old Mount Carmel on the Cornwallis Trail; in July, 
378 our homecoming was a special time of looking back on our long history 
nd the dedicated work of our forebearers at Mount Carmel. 

Presently, under the leadership of Reverend Larry Wilson, we continue 
> look back with reverence and gratitude for the strength and faith of 
lount Carmel's past, but even more do we look forward to the future, in the 
rayerful hope that Mount Carmel will continue to beckon those around her, 
nd those far away, to the name of Christ. 



YEARS FOR PUBLISHING CHURCH HISTORIES 
IN THE MINUTES 



?83 Lowe's Grove and Mount Carmel 

384 Farrington Road and West Durham 

385 University and Watts Street 

386 Durham Memorial and Cheek Heights 

387 Holloway Street and Immanuel 

388 Trinity and Gorman 

389 Guess Road and Calvary 

390 Plainview and Westwood 

391 Park View and Bethesda 

392 Yates and Olive Branch 

393 Temple and Angier Avenue 

394 Red Mountain and Ephesus 

395 Grey Stone and Edgemont 

396 Carrboro and Grace 

397 Lakewood and First 

398 Mount Hermon and Ebenezer 

399 Faith and Ridgecrest 

300 Hope Valley and Cresset 

301 Homestead Heights and Fieldcrest 



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2002 Page Road and Parkvj 

2003 Bells and Cedar ] 

2004 Lystra and Braggt 

2005 „ Berea and Mount Pis 

2006 Mount Moriah and Mount Gi 



MEALS FOR ASSOCIATIONAL & W.M.U. ANNUAL MEETIN 



W.M.U. Annual Meeting 
(Spring) 

Associational Annual 
Meeting (October) 



1983 1984 1985 

Group Group Group 
2 3 4 



1986 1987 19 

Group Group Grc 
1 2 £ 



Group Group Group Group Group Grc 
4 1 2 3 4 1 



GROUP I 



Braggtown 

Carrboro 

Ebenezer 



Bells 

Cresset 

Ephesus 



Calvary 
Cheek Heights 



Guess Road 
Immanuel 
Mt. Hermon 



Mt. Moriah 
Rose of Sharon 
University 



GROUP II 



Farrington Rd. 

Lakewood 

Lystra 



Mt. Carmel 
Mt. Gilead 
Mt. Pisgah 



GROUP III 



Faith 
Fieldcrest 



Durham Memorial First 



Gorman 
Grace 

Holloway St. 



Watts Street 
West Durhar 
Westwood 



Parkwood 

Temple 

Yates 



Plainview 
Red Mountai] 
Ridgecrest 



GROUP IV 



Angier Avenue 

Berea 

Bethesda 



Cedar Fork 
Edgemont 
Homestead Hgts. 



Hope Valley 
Lowe's Grove 
Olive Branch 



Park View 
Trinity 
Page Road 



Please note that churches are not asked to serve two meals in the same ye 

In Memoriam 

ANGIER AVENUE: Charles Bledsoe, Jr., Mrs. Louise Carson, M 
Gladys Cates, James H. Clements, Mrs. Margaret Couch, Tommy Goii 
Mrs. Kitty Gornto, Russell Hayes, Mrs. Beatrice Mace, Mrs. Bi] 
Jeanne McFarland, Mrs. Bruce Mims, Mrs. Annie Motley, Mrs. Lilli 
Harden, Mrs. H. I. Parrish, Mrs. Rosa Pate, Aubrey Pleasants, Claiboi 



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Ross, Mrs. Elizabeth Scott, George Shambley, W. H. Sykes, Thomas D. 

Tingen, James Tyndall, Zeb Walker, Mrs. Zeb Walker, Mrs. Floy Warren. 
JELLS: Charlie Goodwin, Roy Howard, Troy Howard, Mrs. Ina Lewter, 

Mrs. Inez Scott, Mrs. Estie Gardner, Mrs. Bertha Steward. 
IEREA: Mrs. Dovie Shepherd, Odie Barbee. 

&ETHESDA: M. G. Andrews, Mrs. E. F. Royster, Mrs. R. C. Tillman, M. 

Cotter^ Miss J. Talley, Mrs. C. M. Beasley^ 
IRAGGTOWN: Ward Giflaspie, Lambert Berry, Mrs. R. G. Hill, Mrs. 

James Gupton, Henry Bailey, W. L. Murdock, Miss Florine Bullock. 
CALVARY: Mrs. Mattie Gooch, Mack Mullock, Mrs. Faye Vann. 
:ARRBORO: Mrs. T. W. Bland. 

JEDAR FORK: Mrs. Gladys Page, deacon, Walter Searls, Miss Beulah 
| Walton, William Beasley, deacon, Mrs. Mildred White, Hubert L. Page, 
I deacon 

fHEEK HEIGHTS: Mrs. Myrtle Broughton, Mrs. Ethel Lucas, Mrs. 

Maxine Mangum, Mrs. Lessie Miller, Leo Teasley, Ronnie Ward. 
IRESSET: Miss Elizabeth ;rady, Mrs. Nell Godwin, Duncan Gole. 
^URHAM MEMORIAL: Joseph Edwards, Mrs. Ella Johnson, John 
! Thomas Peed, Quinton Pope. 

IBENEZER: Oscar Shults, John Garrard, Aldophus Long, Dean Jones, 
j Miss Tanya Reynolds, Mrs. Besse Burch. 

IDGEMONT: Marron Pledger, Mrs. Ruth Ingold, Mrs. Una Mae Waller, 
i Mrs. G. G. Hall, Mrs. F. P. Mickleson, Mrs. Julia Matthews, A. L. Keith, 
! Mrs. Clyde Bridgers. 

PHESUS: Mrs. Wallace Stanley, Mrs. John Blackwood, D. Clyde Hayes, 

deacon. 
AITH: None 

^VRRINGTON ROAD: None 
iELDCREST: Mrs. Tammy Reed Morgan. 

IRST: Mrs. Bea Hicks, Mrs. Katherine Germino, Frank Bobbitt, Mrs. 
O. V. Gullie, Mrs. Lenoir Montsinger, W. G. Satterfield, Wayne Barbour, 
Mrs. Annie Enoch, Miss Lessie Harward, R. F. Markham. 

jOOD SAMARITAN: None 

ORMAN: Russell Bateman, Mrs. Vallie Cope, W. L. Overton, Clarence 
I Mayton, Mrs. Carolyn Fish Lamm. 

RACE: Mrs. Hallie F. Braxton, Mrs. Charles Cook, R. W. Day, Mrs. J. B. 
Dodson, Mrs. Myrtle Fogleman, Mrs. J. T. Galbraith, Mrs. Vinson 

i Hamlin, W. L. Hobgood, Mrs. L. W. Hobbs, Mrs. Clifton Owen. 

REY STONE: Jack Barger, Mrs. Martha Brown, T. Hugh Brown, Mrs. 
Effie Browning, Kevin Burke, Mrs. Mae Christie, Mrs. Margaret 
Falehite, Kyle Daniel, Clifton Dickerson, Mrs. El'Dora Elmore, James 
Elmore, Dr. John A. Freeman (M), Mrs. Janie Green, Mrs. Cora Lee King, 

I Mrs. Gladys King, Mrs. Elizabeth Lovette, Willard Pearce, Carl Powell, 
Mrs. Annie Raynor, J. O. Strayhorn. 

(JESS ROAD: Mrs. Judy Durham, Lawrence Hurst, Heyman Proctor, 
Mrs. Linnie Crabtree, Bill Bright, Mrs. Verta Gilmore, Jimmy Morris, 
Mrs. Elma T. Roach, Steve Curtis. 

OLLOWAY STREET: Mrs. Josephine Goodwin, Mrs. Ethel P. Kerr, 
! Mrs. Sue S. Truehart, Mrs. Maggie Home, Clavin Nowell, Loney Morton, 
deacon, Mrs. Elsie Lawson, Mrs. May L. Case, Samuel Snipes, deacon. 
OMESTEAD HEIGHTS: Charles Raynor. 



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HOPE VALLEY: Jesse Robertson, Mrs. Bertha O'Briant, Jesse Parri 
deacon. 

IMMANUEL: Mrs. Swannoah Maynard, Loy Carden, Jr., Mrs. L 
Turner. 

LAKEWOOD: Mrs. Mary Hardy, Mrs. Cora Tiller, Mrs. Margaret Cla 
James Baber. 

LOWE'S GROVE: John Paul Jones, Charles Coats, Lawrence Hops* 

Arlie Collier, Waymond Poole, Mrs. Annabelle Lowe. 
LYSTRA: Walter Burgess. 

MT. CARMEL: Eulice N. Mangum, Jesse C. Carter, Mrs. Carlene R. Jon 
MT. GILEAD: Mrs. Pauline H. Arthurs, Newton Mann, Mrs. Norvel 

Tripp, Frank Dixon, John Wagner, Reece Birmingham. 
MT. HERMON: Jackie Marshall, Roland Durham (deacon), Beul 

Davis, Eugene Deck, Nettie Crabtree, Blanche Couch, Edhar T< 

Rebecca Fordham. 
MT. MORIAH: Mrs. Annie C. Carroll, Mrs. Nellie Paolini. 
MT. PISGAH: Miss Doshie Lewis, Caley Farrell, Mrs. Daris Horton. 
OLIVE BRANCH: Mrs. Iola Stephenson, Mrs. Beulah Stallings. 
PAGE ROAD: W. A. Beasley. 
PARK VIEW: John Wallace. 
PARKWOOD: None 

PLAINVIEW: Lewis Woods, Mrs. Emma Thompson. 
RED MOUNTAIN: Gattis Bowen, Aubrey Duncan. 
RIDGECREST: Dennis Parker. 

ROSE OF SHARON: Mrs. Gladys Scott, Lydwell (Buster) Smith. 

TEMPLE: S. A. Angello, J. B. Jones, E. B. Weatherspoon, Mrs. E. 
Weatherspoon, G. T. Tillotson, Homer Riley, Theo Apperson, M 
Walter Holloway, Albert Beatty, Mrs. Nellie Bobbitt, Mrs. A. D. Wh: 
Mrs. S. H. Peterson, Howard Richmond, Mrs. R. G. Suitt, H. T. Walt.! 
Silas Porterfield. 

TRINITY: Mrs. John Crouse. 

UNIVERSITY: None 

WATTS STREET: James R. Thomas, O'Cena Veasey, Ina Young, Cat 

Jones, Frank Erwin, Lillie McCarson. 
WEST DURHAM: Mrs. Ethel Leake, Mrs. Florence Jones, Mrs. Harri 

Mabery. 

WESTWOOD: Mitchell Barnes, Mrs. Lena Mangum. 
YATES: J.J. Watson, Mrs. Ruby Beaumont, Wallace Stallings, Mrs. Let 
Pleasants, Hoyt Bennett, H. F. Pickett. 



YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION PASTORS 

October, 1983 

Angier Avenue Crate Joi 

3106 Appling Way, 27709, (H) 596-6619 (C) 596-6' 

Bells Chuck Mi] 

Route 3, Box 140, Apex, 27502, (H) 362-6090 (C) 362-4J 

Berea J. A. Foglem 

1811 Dial Street, 27713, (H) 544-3471 

Bethesda Ernest H. Fen 

2915 Ellis Road, 27703, (H) 596-8855 (C) 596-2: 



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raggtown Carl E. Herweyer 

8201 Lowell Valley Dr., Bahama, 27503, (H) 471-8367 (C) 477-6440 

alvary James E. West 

518 Pleasant Drive, 27703, (H) 596-2593 (C) 596-2592 

arrboro Jesse J. Croom 

200 James Street, Carrboro, 27510, (H) 967-1936 (C) 967-3056 

edar Fork Fred Williams 

Rt. 1, Box 229, Morrisville, 27560, (H) 544-4019 

heek Heights Joe Bostic 

826 N. Hardee Street, 27703, (H) 693-1019 

resset Jerry K. Collins 

4119 Talcott Drive, 27705, (H) 383-4929 (C) 489-2655 

urham Memorial Gerald C. Goodwin 

2714 Wedgedale Avenue, 27703, (H) 596-6786 (C) 596-7350 

enezer Tobie P. Stone, Jr. 

505 Hunter Street, 27712, (H) 471-0291 (C) 383-6668 

dgemont Forest Gale 

911 Ferncrest Drive, 27705, (H) 471-8873 (C) 682-3251 

phesus Wofford C. Boyd 

4602 Pope Road, 27707, (H) 489-5826 (C) 489-4483 

aith Roger C. Wall 

3405 Cheek Road, 27704, (H) 688-7482 (C) 682-8750 

arrington Road Jimmy L. Nickelston 

633 Morreene Road, 27705, (H) 383-7093 (C) 544-5260 

eldcrest Thomas E. Rush 

3616 Wishart Street, 27704, (H) 688-8522 (C) 682-1248 
rst Charles Harris 

2815 Fox Drive, 27712, (H) 383-7212 (C) 688-7308 

, Good Samaritan Harold J. Cobb, Jr. 

912 Brandon Road, 27713, (H) 596-2345 (C) 688-5888 

)rman Julian M. Motley 

3216 E. Geer Street, 27704, (H) 683-2387 (C) 688-3947 

ace Frank Zedick 

5611 Russell Road, 27712, (H) 383-1630 (C) 668-6765 

ey Stone Malbert Smith, Jr. 

3212 Sprunt Street, 27705, (H) 383-2692 (C) 286-2281 

less Road *Aubrey Quakenbush 

5214 Old Hillsborough Road, 27705, (H) 383-1657 (C) 477-4893 

illoway Street Dewey W. Kerr 

708 W. Murray Avenue, 27704, (H) 471-0324 (C) 688-4711 

>mestead Hgts Larry Harper 

5616 Kiltshire Road, 27712, (H) 383-8427 (C) 477-3859 

>pe Valley James I. Murphy 

Rt. 3, Box 276-A, Durham, 27713, (H) 544-3966 (C) 493-1809 

imanuel W. Dennis Hill 

5108 Inverness Drive, 27712, (H) 383-6591 (C) 383-1422 

kewood Everette J. Smith 

1923 Ward Street, 27707, (H) 489-3677 (C) 489-2537 

we's Grove Robert L. Clegg 

4424 A. Alston Avenue, 27713, (H) 544-1184 (C) 544-1888 

Lynn's Crossroad John Smith 

605 Elizabeth Ave., Wake Forest, 27587, (H) 556-2979 



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Lystra *Wayne Robins( 

1528 Arboretum Dr., Chapel Hill, 27514, (H) 933-8889 (C) 933-63: 

Mt. Carmel Larry B. Wilsc 

Rt. 7, Box 473, Chapel Hill, 27514, (H) 933-8564 (C) 933-85! 

Mt. Gilead ' Lee Han 

Rt. 4, Box 120, Pittsboro, 27312, (H) 542-4492 (C) 542-24, 

Mt. Hermon Jerry Harp 

Rt. 1, Box 388, Durham, 27705, (H) 383-5073 (C) 383-29; 

Mt. Moriah Robert D. Weather 

Rt. 7, Box 182, Durham, 27707, (H) 493-3765 (C) 489-34: 

Mt. Pisgah Joe B. Zimmerrm 

Rt. 3, Box 16, Apex, 27502, (H) 362-4825 (C) 362-79; 

Olive Branch Harold L. Rumfi 

339 Olive Branch Road, 27703, (H) 596-0928 (C) 596-89i 

Page Road Stanley E. Bergqui 

121 Mineral Springs Road, 27703, (H) 596-7241 (C) 596-39i 

Park View Richard T. Da\ 

703 Newsome Street, 27704, (H) 471-1049 (C) 477-74! 

Parkwood David G. Moo 

102 Montclair Circle, 27713, (H) 544-1266 (C) 544-13 

Plainview Bob Duncf 

Rt. 5, Box 688, Durham, 27704, (H) 682-2736 (C) 682-25! 

Red Mountain Tom Jordi 

P.O. Box 103, Rougemont, 27572, (H) 477-3657 

Ridgecrest Carl K. Garn 

104 Massey Road, 27712, (H) 471-3060 (C) 477-54: 

Rose of Sharon Charles E. Rv 

4109 Guess Road, 27712, (H) 477-3857 (C) 477-39! 

Temple M. Clay Wa 

3748 Hermine Street, 27705, (H) 477-8527 (C) 688-73! 

Trinity Benny Barr< 

2203 So Hid Drive, 27703, (H) 596-0440 (C) 596-64< 

University Thomas Downing, 

826 Shady Lawn Rd., Chapel Hill, 27514, (H) 967-2921 (C) 942-21. 

Watts Street Robert McClerm 

705 Frazier Street, 27704, (H) 477-7278 (C) 668-13 

West Durham Harold J. Cobb, J 

912 Brandon Road, 27713, (H) 596-2345 (C) 682-44 

Westwood Emory McMillan Ba 

1301 Virginia Ave., 27705, (H) 286-5575 (C) 286-15 

Yates C. Ronald Cumt 

227 Monticello Avenue, 27707, (H) 489-7507 (C) 489-23 

Yates Association 489-33 

*Interim **Watchcare ***Mission 



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ASSOCIATE/ ASSISTANT PASTORS 



Angier Avenue W. Fulton Hartzog 

2515 Camellia St. (05) 477-9115 

Cresset Roger Grossman 

1325 Cole Mill Rd. (05) 383-9219 

Durham Memorial H. Moran Whitley 

2721 Holloway St. (03) 596-6387 

Ebenezer Rev. Joe Price 

Box 15433 (04) 471-9758 

Edgemont Rev. Mark A. Moser 

__ 103 1/2 Hardee St. (03) 682-0678 

Faith Ken Gowen 

70 McDowell Ave., Wake Forest 556-4812 

Gorman Rev. Wayne Schlink 

2532 Ardsley Dr. (04) 688-4266 

prey Stone Rev. W. T. Brogden 

612 Hugo St. (04) 477-0395 

Lowe's Grove Rev. Mark Byrd 

510 Hopper Lane, Chapel Hill, 27514 

|Mt. Hermon Richard Vinson 

938 Lambert Cir. (05) 919-3080 

Park View Roger Lee 

2308 N. Roxboro, (04) 477-1222 

Plainview Rev. Ed Denton 

Rt. 4, Box 721-A (04) 682-2540 

Ridgecrest Rev. Larry Taylor 

3018 Little River Dr., Hillsborough, 27278 

University Michael A. Williams 

Box 508, Chapel Hill (514) 942-2157 

IVestwood Rev. John S. Hammett 

708 Wisteria Ave. (04) 477-1155 



MINISTERS OF EDUCATION 

Calvary Mrs. Beverly McQuarry, 1204 Lynn Rd. (03), 596-2592 

Carrboro Mrs. Beth Greene, Box 156, Carrboro, 27510, 967-3056 

purham Memorial . . . H. Moran Whitley, 2721 Holloway St. (03), 596-6387 

(Ebenezer Rev. Joe Price, Box 15433 (04), 471-9758 

Grace . . Rev. Samuel Young, 509 Rice Cr., Wake Forest, 27587, 556-4760 

iGrrey Stone Rev. Wallace Fowler, 2920 38- A, Chapel Hill Rd. (07) 

489-8991 

jPlainview Rev. Ed Denton, Rt. 5, Box 721-A (04), 682-2540 

ttidgecrest Rev. Larry Taylor, 3018 Little River Dr., Hillsborough, 

27278, 471-2468 

Temple Rev. Harold Craig, 2519 Wilbon St. (04), 471-4688 

^atts Street Richard E. Chorley, Box 3003 (05), 688-1366 

tates Rev. Thomas Newboult, 3006 University Dr. (07), 493-4289 



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MINISTERS OF YOUTH 



Calvary John McQuarry, 1204 Lynn Rd. (03), 296-25! 

Carrboro Lee Greene, Box 156, Carrboro, 27510, 967-30; 

Ebenezer Rev. Joe Price, Box 15433 (04), 471-97 

Edgemont Rev. Mark Moser, 103*1/2 Hardee St. (03), 682-06 



Faith Ken Gowen, 70 McDowell Ave., Wake Forest 27578, 556-48 

Fieldcrest. . Rev. Greg DeMarco, 100 McDowell Rd., Wake Forest 275; 

556-33i 

First Rev. C. Parker Leake, 29-A 1801 Williamsburg Rd., 493-22 

Gorman Herbert Gray, 3307 E. Geer St. (04), 682-75 

Grace .... Rev. M. C. Rogerson, Rt. 3, Box 130, Wake Forest, 27587, 556-66! 

Grey Stone Rev. Thomas Howe, 5326 Ventoria Rd. (12), 477-67i 

Guess Road Craig Dallas, 2638 Kirk Road (05), 471-35; 

Holloway Street Ben Vogler, 1415 Holloway St. (03), 688-47 

Hope Valley Mrs. Warren Joyner, Rt. 3, Box 166-B (13), 544-34' 

Immanuel Bruce League, Box 2179, SEBT, Wake Forest, 275 

Lystra Mrs. William Griffin, Rt. 1, Pittsboro, 27312, 933-37 

Mt. Hermon Richard Vinson, 939 Lambeth Cr. (05), 383-30 

Mt. Moriah Rev. James Taylor, Rt. 7, Box 175- A (07), 493-38 

Parkwood Michael Dunagan, 57 McDowell, Wake Forest 275 

Plainview Rev. Ed Denton, Rt. 5, Box 721-A (04), 682-25 

Ridgecrest Marty Tobin, 1006 Leon St., Apt. 2 (04), 471-40 

Rose of Sharon Mark A. Hill, 2105 Bogarde St., Apt. B-7, 471-29 

Temple Robert Talley, Box 2028, SEBTS, Wake Fore 

Yates Rev. Tedford Reed, 3814 Hulon Dr. (05), 493-62 



MINISTERS OF RECREATION 

Cresset Arnie Lunn, 4003 Cornwallis Rd. (05), 489-50 

Grey Stone Garland Bryant, 711 Hammond St. (04), 477-67 

Guess Road Rick Sorrell, 4600 Reigal Wood Rd. (05),471-67 

Holloway Street . . . Chester Rives, 1141 N. Miami Blvd. (03), 688-83 



Page Road Tom Adcock, 2523 Rolling Pines Ave. (03), 596-67 

Plainview Rev. Ed Denton, Rt. 5, Box 721-A (04), 682-25 

Ridgecrest Marty Tobin, 1006 Leon St., Apt. 2 (04) 471-40 

Temple Robert Talley, 807 W. Chapel Hill St. (01), 688-73' 

West Durham Eugene Harrington, 621 Massey Ave. (01), 682-39 

ORGANIST OR PIANIST 

Angier Avenue Mrs. D. L. Mercer, 931 Jones Cr. (03), 596-91 

Bells Tim Davidson, Box 841, Pittsboro, 27312, 542-20 

Berea Joyce Ellis, Rt. 3, Fayetteville Rd. (13), 544-19 

Bethesda Martha Thomas, 1509 Turner St. (03), 596-12 

Braggtown Mrs. Ray Alderson, 6002 Baird St. (12), 477-90 

Calvary Mrs. Edward Rose, 819 Midway Ave. (03), 596-48 

Carrboro Miss Donna Cooke, 53 Hamilton Rd., Chapel Hill, 275 

967-20 



edar Fork . . Mrs. Gayle Rowland, 1219 Tarbert, Cary, 27511, 469-3886 

fheek Heights Mrs. Ed Bryant*, 1822 Penrod Rd. (04), 682-9574 

resset Steve Yandle, 3221 Chapel Hill Rd. (07), 493-2231 

lurham Memorial Mrs. Shirley Shelburne*, 3601 Gibson Rd. (03) 

596-8848 

benezer Mrs. Lois Harder, Box 272, Hillsborough (278), 732-3129 

dgemont Mrs. Mike Poole, 303 South Benjamine (03), 596-7111 

phesus None 

aith Mrs. Merita Shambley, 2003 Medallion Dr. (04), 682-8335 

arrington Road . . Linda Tingen, Rt. 6, Box 116, Chapel Hill, 544-7090 

ieldcrest None 

irst Mrs. Violet Luther, 204 Chateau Rd. (04), 471-4631 

ood Samaritan None 

orman Mrs. Peggy Thomerson, 3621 Redwood Rd. (04), 682-2866 

race Wm. Burke Raper, 1303 Washington St. (01), 682-7351 

|rey Stone Mrs. Peggy Hartung, 225 Landsbury Dr. (07), 489-3809 

luess Road Miss Peggy Clzyton, 2715 Carver St. (05), 477-3652 

olloway Street . Mrs. Phyllis Anderson, Rt. 2, Box 639E, Chapel Hill 

27514, 383-5077 

iomestead Hgts. . . Mrs. Tim Jones, Rt. 1, Box 41, Hillsborough, 27278 

477-4500 

jope Valley Mrs. Dana Kelly, Rt. 3, Box 272A (13), 544-3295 

nmanuel Gary Crow, 159 Flint Ridge Apts B-13, Hillsborough, 

27278 

ikewood . Mrs. Peggie Murray, Rt. 1, Box 125, Efland, (243), 732-6668 

awe's Grove Kevin Kelly, 1-D Townehouse Apts., Chapel Hill, 

27514, 942-6676 

t. Carmel . . . Mrs. Ruth Vickers, Rt. 6, Box 523, Chapel Hill, 933-7981 

Gilead Mrs. Jean C. Tripp, Rt. 3, Box 28H, Pittsboro, 542-3808 

Hermon Mrs. C. O. Couch, 4813 West Hills Dr. (05), 383-2208 

Moriah Mrs. Clyde Carroll, 4814 Erwin Rd. (05), 489-9333 

t. Pisgah . Greg Pierce, 214-A Scarlet Dr., Chapel Hill, 27514, 942-6462 

live Branch Mrs. Linda Ashley, Rt. 6, Box 526 (03), 596-5889 

fige Road Mrs. Mary L. Tilley, Rt. 6, Box 486 (03), 596-2224 

irk View Mrs. Phillip Martin, 526A N. College St., Wake Forest, 

27587, 556-6205 

^rkwood Mrs. Claudia Green, 8 Kevin Ct. (13), 544-7108 

ainview Mrs. Burnice Smith, 3117 Cheek Rd. (04), 688-3556 

id Mountain ? Mrs. Diane Poole, Rt. 1, Bahama, 27503, 471-2431 

dgecrest Herman Gruber, 1205 Snow Hill Rd. (03) 477-6561 

t>se of Sharon Mrs. Milton Belcher, 5723 Guess Rd. (12), 477-3852 

mple Mrs. Daryl G. Poe, 3822 Hermine St. (05), 471-9281 

liversity Carla Zecher, Box 508, Chapel Hill 27514, 942-2157 

itts Street None 

5st Durham Leon Cole, 4325 Denfield St. (04), 471-4050 

jstwood . . .Mrs. Sheila Glosson, 5327 Old Hillsborough Rd., 383-6281 
ites Gay Trotter, 5217 Fairoaks Rd. (12), 471-3509 



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MEDIA/LIBRARY DIRECTORS 

Angier Avenue . . . Mrs. John Laverty, 1508 Sycamore St. (07), 489-401 

Bells Noi 

Berea Noi 

Bethesda Eloys Lilly, 1407 S. Miami Blvd. (03), 596-22 

Braggtown Mrs. Ray Corn, 231 Latta Rd. (12), 477-29< 

Calvary Miss Glenda LaCoste, 1828 Liberty St. (03) 

Carrboro Mrs. Ward Setzer, Box 156, Carrboro, 27510, 967-30! 

Cedar Fork Mrs. Dennis Couch, Rt. 1, Box 316, Morrisville, 2751 

544-201 

Cheek Heights Noi 

Cresset Noi 

Durham Memorial . . . Mrs. Billie Jo Utley, 4219 Lumley Rd. (03), 596-731 

Ebenezer Noi 

Edgemont Noi 

Ephesus . . .Miss Cynthia Couch, 3-C Estes Park Apts., Carrboro, 275 

967-83' 

Faith Noi 

Farrington Road Noi 

Fieldcrest Mrs. Ruth Markuson, 3438 Broughton Dr. (04), 682-86' 

First Mrs. Marjorie Watkins, 2501 State St. (04), 477-78: 

Good Samaritan Noi 

Gorman Mrs. Cindy Gann, 1504 Logan St. (04), 682-26! 

Grace Mrs. E. B. Hobgood, 207 W. Murray Ave. (04), 477-681 

Grey Stone . .Miss Libby Honewcutt, Rt. 1, Box 208, Chapel Hill, 275 

929-46: 

Guess Road Mrs. Ruth Haggard, 5024 Pine Train Dr. (05), 477-341 

Holloway St Miss Sheila Durham, 1213 N. Miami Blvd. (03), 682-78: 

Homestead Hgts Harold Moore, 310 Argonne Dr. (04), 477-61; 

Hope Valley Mrs. Phyllis Edwards, 1714 Robinhood Rd. (01), 688-31! 

Immanuel Mrs. Pat Coghill, 508 Parkview Dr. (12), 477-69! 

Lakewood Miss Bambi Smith, 1710 Bedford St. (07), 489-951 

Lowe's Grove Noi 

Lystra Noi 

Mt. Carmel .... Mrs. Ellen Cheek, Rt. 6, Box 518, Chapel Hill, 933-79' 

Mt. Gilead Noi 

Mt. Hermon Mrs. John VanMetre, 505 S. Mineral Spgs. Rd. (0 

596-09 

Mt. Moriah Mrs. Ronald Nichols, 1507 Logan St., 682-751 

Mt. Pisgah Barbara Sears, Rt. 3, Apex, 27502, 544-62! 

Olive Branch Mrs. Olga Toler, Rt. 6, Box 322, (03), 596-531 

Page Road Noi 

Park View Mrs. Carlton Harrell, 410 Argonne Dr. (04), 477-531 

Parkwood Mrs. Linda Pierce, 15 Tipperary Ct. (13) 

Plainview Mrs. George Woods, 2552 Ardsley Dr. (04), 688-861 

Red Mountain Noi 

Ridgecrest Mrs. Janie Clements, Rt. 1, Box 195, Bahama, (50 

477-341 

Rose of Sharon Noi 

Temple No] 



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rinity None 

niversity None 

ratts Street Mrs. Barbara Newman, 4303 Rhew Dr. (04), 477-4983 

J est Durham None 

r estwood Mrs. J. Linwood Tew, 706 Frazier St. (04), 477-4617 

ates Shirley Pickett, 3121 Pickett Rd. (05), 489-2035 



CHURCH SECRETARIES 

ngier Avenue . . . Mrs. Allen D. Austin, 104 Galax Lane (09), 596-6360 

ells Mrs. Lyn Murphy, Rt. 2, Apex, 27502, 362-9391 

erea None 

ethesda Betty Lamb, 1107 Hyde Park (03), 688-2543 

raggtown . . . Mrs. Troy Hasty, 1455, B-2 Newcastle Rd. (04), 477-6440 

alvary Mrs. Margie Faulkner, 3224 Rowena Ave. (03), 596-2318 

arrboro . . . Mrs. James Greenlee, 100 Lilac, Carrboro, 27510, 929-3776 

edar Fork None 

heek Heights Miss Kay Ladd, 4411 Rhew Dr. (04), 477-1137 

resset Mrs. Earl Roycroft, 3428 Randolph Rd. (05), 489-3079 

Durham Memorial Mrs. Mary Foushee, 109 N. Joyland Ave. (03) 

596-5845 

benezer Mrs. Cathy B. Wallace, Rt. 2, Box 470-A (05), 383-4747 

dgemont Mrs. Ashland Gale, 626 Hammond St. (04), 477-5320 

phesus None 

aith Mrs. Bonnie O'Briant, 2631 Barwick Dr. (04), 688-7429 

arrington Road Linda Tingen, Rt. 6, Box 116, Chapel Hill, 27514 

544-7090 

ieldcrest Mrs. Victoria Rush, 3613 Wishart St. (04), 688-8522 

irst Mrs. Barbara Atkinson, #9, 212 Pinegate, Chapel Hill, 27514 

489-1359 

ood Samaritan None 

orman Mrs. Blanche Thornton, Rt. 1, Box 13, Bahama, 27503 

477-8075 

race Mrs. J. H. Royal, 4510 Cheshire Ct. (05), 383-5686 

rey Stone Miss Louise Garrard, 1306-H Leon St. (05), 477-0551 

uess Road Mrs. Peggy Rhodes, 2637 Kirk Rd. (05), 477-8188 

olloway St. . . Mrs. Juanita Parnell, 302 Wellington Dr. (04), 471-1423 

omestead Hgts Mrs. W. B. Turner, Oak Forest Dr. (12), 477-7692 

ope Valley Mrs. Larry A. Taylor, 3018 Little River Dr., Hillsborough, 

27278, 471-2468 

nmanuel Mrs. E. C. Cannon, 3721 Cambridge Rd. (05), 489-8382 

akewood . . . Mrs. Shirley Robertson, 5033 Gatewood Dr. (12), 471-6985 

owe's Grove Mrs. Robert Wortham, S. Alston Ave. (13), 544-1537 

ystra None 

t. Carmel Miss Brenda Moore, 622 Whippoorwill Ln., Chapel Hill, 

27514, 933-7766 

t. Gilead None 

t. Hermon . . Mrs. Waylon Godwin, Rt. 2, Box 385, Chapel Hill, 27514 

383-4244 

t. Moriah Mrs. Barbara Walker, 6607 Garrett Rd. (05) 



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Mt. Pisgah No 

Olive Branch . . Mrs. Ruth Rumfelt, 339 Olive Branch Rd. (03), 596-09 

Page Road Mrs. Paige Ryder, 2105 Adventure Trail (03), 596-87 

Park View .... Mrs. Sonny Newcomb, 6728 Lockwood Dr. (12), 477-25| 

Parkwood Mrs. Joan Breese, 1240 Little Creek Rd. (13), 544-15' 

Plainview Mrs. Roy Parton, 2708 Mansfield Ave. (03), 596-421 

Red Mountain Noil 

Ridgecrest Mrs. Jacqueline McFarland, 5114 Kenwood Rd. (1 

471-23; 

Rose of Sharon. . . . Mrs. Leslie Jarrell, 1205 Donphil Rd. (12), 471-83; 

Temple Mrs. Daryl G. Poe, 3822 Hermine St. (05), 471-92; 

Trinity Mrs. Joyce Waddell, 5901 Grandale Dr. (13), 544-46; 

University Jane Stephenson, Box 508, Chapel Hill, 27514, 942-211 

Watts Street Hildred E. Cassel, Box 3003 (05), 688-131 

West Durham Linda McKinnie, 908 Corona St. (07), 688-88< 

Westwood . . . Mrs. Ronald W. Lewis, 5931 Crabapple Rd. (12), 471-48< 
Yates Shirley Pickett, 3121 Pickett Rd. (05), 489-63' 



ORDAINED MINISTERS 

Angier Avenue Leo T. Bridgers (I), 2905 Monroe St. (05), 489-89. 

Bethesda Phillip R. Wiggins (I), 3215 Rochelle Dr. (03), 596-77' ! 

Elmo Whitaker (I), 1706 Avondale Dr. (01), 688-20<) 

Cedar Fork Rev. Don Brown (CH), 140 Darby Drive UAA 

Savannah, GA, 31405, 912-354-82* 
Cresset . . Rev. Hunter Hobgood, 3300 Shannon Rd., Apt. 19-C, 493-131 
Rev. Thane Kendall, 3301 Shannon Rd., Apt. 14-B, 493-30; 

First Rev. Jere Judd, 501 Hugo St. (04), 477-35,' 

Gorman Rev. John Edwards (R), 320* C— n t «v\ flQ.8-844 

Rev. Carl Graham (PI), Rt. 4, Box 169-L, Wake Forest, 27587, 556-31 r 

Grace James Bland (I), Box 392 (02), 489-235 

Rev. Lawrence Knott (CH), 2710 Sparger Rd. (05), 383-366 
Rev. Ted Stone (EP), 5114 Pine Trial Dr. (12), 477-15* 
Grey Stone . . . .Rev. Aaron Conn (I), 2405 Cambridge Dr. (07), 489-54c 
Rev. Boyce Creamer, 2002 W. Club Blvd. (05), 286-15' 
Guess Road .... Rev. Ernest Holt (R), 3121 Alabama Ave. (05), 477-46'; 

Rev. Robert Abarno (I), 1901 Hillandale Rd. (05), 383-79( 

Homestead Hgts W. Ray Rogers (PI), 2538 Fairlawn St. (04), 477-42f 

Hope Valley Rev. Norman Gossett (O), 1925 War St. (07), 489-43S 

Mt. Gilead Rev. D. A. Colhoun, Rt. 1, Pittsboro, 27312, 542-351 

Mt. Hermon Aubrey Quakenbush, 5214 Old Hillsborough R 

383-10£ 

Richard Vinson, 939 Lambeth Cr. (05), 383-30£ 
Mt. Pisgah .... Rev. C. E. Byrd, 116 Tuscarora Dr., Hillsborough, 272^ 

732-726 

Page Road Rev. A. D. Frazier, 4214 Lumley Rd. (03), 596-701 

Park View Rev. John Wade (PICH), 1608 Glendale (01), 682-85£ 

Plainview Rev. Ed Denton, Rt. 5, Box 721-A, (04), 682-254 

Ridgecrest Rev. Dough Willett (O), Rt. 1, Box 3, Bahama, 275C 

477-742 



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f.ose of Sharon. . . Rev. Preminto Chisenhall (R), 3126 Rose of Sharon, 

477-2787 

Rev. Erwin Dillehay, 3804 Rivermont Rd. (12), 383-2956 

emple John W. Carlton (O), Box 1027, Wake Forest (587) 

Boyce Kimball (I), 3231 Shannon Manor Apt. 23C 
teve Paschall (CH), 2930 Inspiration Dr., Colorado Springs, Colo. 80917 
C. S. Waters (I), 1225 Poplar Ave., Garner 27529 
Hugh Watkins (R), 2607 Tuckawanna Ave. (03) 

tetts Street John E. Biggers (O), 1819 West B. St, Butner 27509 

688-1366 

Hugh Dukes (CH), 7710 Brewer Dr., Louisville, Ky. 

Billy Griffin (I), 3623 Cornwallis Rd. (07) 
Dr. Clark Cahow (O), 1106 Watts St. (01) 

ates Rev. Clarence Williams (R), 2112 Angier Ave. (02), 596-1633 

I Rev. Barry Harvey (O), 429 Green St. (01), 688-5428 

! Rev. Jim Chancellor (O), 4733 E. Cornwallis Rd. (13) 433-5292 



MINISTERS ORDAINED DURING THE YEAR 

(dgemont Mark A. Moser, 103V2 Hardee Street (03) 

irst Kim Williams, 109 Davidson St. (04) 

orman '. Wayne Schlink, 2532 Ardsley Dr. (04) 

race S. E. Young, 509 Rice Cr., Wake Forest 27587 

Michael Leonhardt, 309 Fourshee St. (04) 

ruess Road Ricky Allison, Rt. 5, Box 287, King, 27021 

mmanuel Mrs. Sandra B. McKeown, 903-4 Shellbrook Ct., Raleigh, 



27609 

ark View Mrs. Phillip Martin, 526A N. College St., Wake Forest 

27587 

ose of Sharon Thomas E. Lamm, 5025 Raintree (12) 

MINISTERS LICENSED DURING THE YEAR 

benezer Roman Hines, 5801 Nove Glen Rd., Bahama, 27503 

Ken Sealy, 1207 Goodwin Rd. (12) 

orman Marc Tilley, 2702 Cooksbury Dr. (04) 

Al Thomerson, 3621 Redwood Rd. (04) 

uess Road Craig Dallas, 2638 Kirk Rd. (05) 

Mike Davis, 4646 Brooklane Dr. (05) 
Marc Francis, 2405 University Dr. (07) 
ope Valley Randy Atkins, 3814 Pickett Rd. (05) 

PERFECT LETTERS 

HURCH PREPARED LETTER 

ngier Avenue Mrs. I. F. Rowland 

ethesda W. Tommy Kerr 

raggtown Mrs. R. L. Jeffries 



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Calvary . Mrs. Patsy T( 

Cedar Fork Mrs. Mabel Kei 

Cheek Heights Mrs. Ira Ps 

Edgemont Mrs. Blane Lat] 

Ephesus % Mrs. Robert K. Witherspoij 

First Mrs. Christine N. Ferrj 

Gorman Mrs. Blanche Thornt<) 

Grace Mrs. J. H. Roy! 

Grey Stone Miss Louise Garra 

Holloway Street Mrs. Tyson M. Ki 

Homestead Heights Mrs. Mary E. Whal 

Hope Valley Mrs. Ralph J. Lewtj 

Lakewood Ms. Dorothy Moo] 

Mt. Carmel Ms. Norma N. Dig; 

Mt. Gilead Mrs. Joyce M. Bynuj 

Mt. Hermon Mrs. Ralph Denn 

Olive Branch Mrs. Betty Cardd 

Page Road Mrs. Shirley Walla 

Parkwood Mrs. Claire A. Thorn! 

Red Mountain Mrs. Nancy Crabtri 

Ridgecrest Ms. Jacqueline Lee McFarlai 

Rose of Sharon Miss Edith Dunnagi 

Trinity Mrs. Faye S. Fletch 

Yates Ms. Shirley Picke 

Total Perfect Letters - 27 



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STATISTICAL TABLES 



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TABLE A CHURCH MEMBERSHIP AND OTHER INFORMATION 



year ending September 30, 1983 



YAT ES 



NORTH CAROLINA 



1— Open Country 

2— Village (undtr 500 r. 

3— Town (500-2489) 

4— Smill Clly (2500-9.9 



Director of Associations! Missions 

None 



PASTORS a ADDRESSES (INCLUDE ZIP CODE) 



Angler Avenue 

Bells 

Berea 

Bethesda 

Bragg town 

Calvary 

Carrboro 

Cea'cr Fork 



Crate H. Jones, 3106 Appling Way, Durham 27709 

Chuck Miller, Rt. 3, Apex 27502 

Jay Fogleman, 1811 Dial St., Durham 27709 

Ernest H. Ferrell, 1914 S. Miami Blvd., Durham 277 J3 

Carl E. Herweyer, Box 15022, Durham 27703 

James West, 518 Pleasant Dr., Durham 27703 

Dr. Jesse Croom, Box 156, Carrboro 27510 

Fred M. Williams. Rt. 1 . Box 229. Morrisville 27560 



Cheek Heights 
Cresset 

Durham Memorial 

Ebenezer 

Edgemont 

Ephesus 

Faith 

Farrington Road 



Joe Bostic, 826 Hardee St., Durham 27703 

Jerry K. Collins, 4119Talcott Dr., Durham 

Gerald C. Goodwin, 2703 Holloway St., Durham 

Dr. Tobie Stone, Jr., 505 Hunter Dr., Durham 27712 

Forest Gale, Jr., 911 Ferncrest Dr., Durham 27705 

Wofford C. Boyd, 4700 Ephesus Church Rd., Durham 27707 

Roger Wall, 3405 Cheek Rd., Durham 27704 

Jimmv L. N.rkgUtnn. 633 Moment* RH. . Durhnm 27705 



Fieldcrest 
First 

Good Samaritan 
Gorman 
Grace 
Grey Stone 
Guess Road 
Holloway Street 



Thomas E. Rush, 3613 Wishart St., Durham 27704 
Dr. Charles Harris, 2815 Fox Dr., Durham 27712 
Harold James Cobb, Jr., 912 Brandon Place, Durham 27713 
Julian Motley, 3216 E. Geer St., Durham 
Dr. Frank Zedick, 5611 Russell Rd., Durham 27704 
Malbert Smith, Jr., 3212 Sprunt Ave., Durham 27712 27705I 
Aubrey Quakenbush, 5214 Old Hillsborough Rd., Durham 
Dr. D PWP y W. K»rr r 70ft W. Murmv Ay*. , Dnrhom 27704 



Homestead Heights 
Hope Valley 
Immanuel 
Lowe's Grove 
Lakewood 
Lystra 

Mt. Carmel 

ML Gilead 



Dr. Lawrence Harper, 5616 Kiltshire Rd., Durham 27712 
Dr. James I. Murphy, Rt. 3, Box 2762, Durham 27713 
W. Dennis Hill, 5109 Inverness Dr., Durham 27713 
Robert L. Clegg, 4428 S. Alston Ave., Durham 27705 
Everette Smith, 2100 Chapel Hill Rd., Durham 27707 
None 

Larry Wilson, Rt. 7, Box 224, Chapel Hill 27514 

Lee Harris. Rt. 4. Box 395. Pi ttsboro 27312 



Mt. Hermon 
Mt. Moriah 
Mt. Pisgah 
Olive Branch 
Page Road 
Park View 
Parkwood 



Jerry E. Harper, St. Rt. 1, Box 388, Durham 27705 

Robert Weatherly, Rt. 7, Box 182, Durham 27707 

Joe Zimmerman, Rt. 3, Apex 27502 

Harold Rumfelt, 339 Olive Branch Rd., Durham 27703 

S. E. Bergquist, 1007 Glenco Rd., Durham 27703 

Richard T. Davis, 703 Newsome St., Durham 27704 

Dr. David G. Moore, 102 Montclair Cr. , Durham 27704 



Plainview 

Red Mountain 

Ridgecrest 

Rose of Sharon 

Temple 

Trinity 

University 

Watts Street 



Bob Duncan, Rt. 5, Box 688, Durham 27704 

Tommy Jordan, Box 103, Rougemont 27572 

Carl K. Gamer, 104 Massey Rd., Durham 27712 

Carles E. Rutt, 4109 Guess Rd., Durham 27712 

M. Clay Warf, 3748 Hermine St., Durham 27705 

B. H. Barron, 2203 So-Hi Dr., Durham 27703 

Dr. Thomas W. Downing, Box 508, Chapel Hill 27514 

Robert E. McClernon. Box 3003. Durham 27705 



West Durham 

Westwood 

Yates 



Dr. Harold J. Cobb, Sr., 912 Brandon Rd., Durham 
Emory M. Bare, 3011 Glendale Ave., Durham 27704 
C. Ronald Cumbie, 227 Monticellor Ave., Durham 27707 



Interim 



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47,000 


75,000 


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89,579 
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1,285,000 
340,000 
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1,128,100 
800,000 
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3,534 
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3,301,917 

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45,000 
79,000 
50,000 


1,030,000 
500,000 

350,000 
400,000 
75,000 
453,127 
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104,007 

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19 
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30,000 
60,000 
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138,000 
1,090,000 

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81 



TABLE B SUNDAY SCHOOL 



j>epteftttegr3tr; 



(Month & Day) 



YATES 



Slate 








NORTH CAROLINA 








Associational Sunday School Director 








REV. WALLACE FOWLER 








Address City 


State 




Zip 


P.O. BOX 2686 DURHAM 




NC 


27705 



CHURCHES 



SUNDAY SCHOOL DIRECTORS & ADDRESSES (INCLUDE ZIP CODE) 

Mrs. Inez Ferguson, 1506 Oakland Ave., Durham" 05 
Mike Harward, Rt. 3, Apex 27402 97713 
MaryFarrell, 1216 Carpenter, Fletcher Rd., Durham 
Lunsford Williams, 4424 Angier Ave., Durham 27703 
Lanny Harward, 1814 Chandelay, Durham 27703 
Billy Joyce, 7114 Bluegrass Rd., Durham 27705 

Rev. Fred Williams, Rt. 1, Box 229, Morrisvilfe 7560 
Vernon Averette, 1831 E. GeerSt., Durham 27704 



Angier Avenue 

Bells 

Berea 

Bethesda 

Bragg town 

Calvary 

Carrboro 

Cedar Fork 

Cheek Heights 



Cresset 

Durham Memorial 

Ebenezer 

Edgemont 

Ephesus 

Faith 

Fairing ton Road 
Fie Id crest 



Chuck Snyder, 7 Tennyson PI . , Durham 27704 
David Rigsbee, 2532 Rochelle St., Durham 27703 
Curtis Riley, Rt. 2, Box 170, Rougemont 27572 
Tommy Blackley, 301 S. Bengamine, Durham 2ZZ03 
Mrs. Thomas E. Smith, Rt. 7, Box 307-A, Durham 
J. D. Lee, 3546 Cheek Rd., Durham 27704 
Linda Tinger, Rt. 6, Box 116, Chapel Hill 27514 
Thomas C. Ellis. 3210 Sherbon Dr.. Durham 27707 



First 

Good Samaritan 

Gorman 

Grace 

Grey Stone 

Guess Road 

Holloway Street 

Homestead Heights 



Mrs. Mary Clayton, 1208 Evans Dr., Durham 27705 
Linwood Love, 612 Elmira Ave., Durham 27707 
Jimmy Biggerstaff, 230 Woodcrest, Durham 27703 
Gary Carver, 4012 Chaucer Dr., Durham 27705 
C. E. Shepherd, 2103 Englewood Ave. , Durham27705 
Pete Goswick, 2400 Barrymore Ave., Durham 27705 
Wayne Nutt, 1103 Delano St., Durham 27703 
Jim Lowry, 3249 Duke Homestead Rd.. Durham 27704 



Hope Valley 
Immanuel 
Lakewood 
Lowe's Grove 
Lystra 

Mount Carmel 
Mount Hermon 
Mt. Gilgad 



Ralph Lewter, Rt. 3, Box 266-B, Durham 27713 
Ken Brown, 5419 Ventura Dr., Durham 27712 2J7QS 
Mrs. Barbara Pearce, 3703 Cambridge Rd., Durnam 
Frank Shipp, 3934 S. Alston Ave., Durham 
Gerald Oldham, Rt. 7, Box 570, Chapel Hill 27514 
Robert Atwater, Rt. 6, Box 409, Chapel Hill 27514 
Mrs. Herbert Cash, Rt. 1, Box 208, Durham 27514 
Nathaniel Hearne, Rt. 4, Box 28H, Pjttsboro 27312 



Mt. Moriah 
Mt. Pisgah 
Olive Branch 
Page Road 
Park View 
Parkwood 
Plainview 
Red Mountain 



Roger Elliott, 3901 Kerley Rd. , Durham 27705 
J. E. Booth, Rt. 3, Box 240, Durham 27713 
Everette Lynn, Rt. 6, Box 238, Durham 27703 07703 
Mrs. Flora B. McGee, Rt. 4, Leesville Rd. , DuYham 
Dan Smith, 305 Cheryl Ave., Durham 27712 
William K. (Sam) Weller, 116 Milford Lane 
Mrs. George Preddy, Rt. 5, Box 474, Durham 27704 
James Horton. Rt. 2. Rouqemont 27572 



Dur^Kjrft 



Ridgecrest 
Rose of Sharon 
Temple 
Trinity 
University 
Watts Street 
West Durham 
Wesrwood 



Raymond Holder, 6914 Innesbrook Way, Bahama 27501 

Maurice S. Walker, 2017 Bivins Rd., Durham 27712 

Truett Blackwood, 3524 Mossdale Ave., Durham 2770} 

Mrs. Charles Owens, 2205 Eastwood Dr., Durham 277(3 

Not reported 277" 1 5 

Mrs. Christine Stocks, 1009 Englewood Ave. , Durh 

William Kearney, 1204 Crowell St., Durham 27707 5 

Robert B. Jervis f 4312 Abbey Pl. r Durham 27707 I 



Yates 



Rosie Hampton, 3105 University Dr., Durham 27707 



TOTALS 



148 



82 



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59 


60 


61 


62 


63 


64 


65 


66 


67 


68 


69 


70 


71 


72 


73 


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through 29 years) 


Young Adult enrolment— married 
(18-29 years or H.S. graduation 
through 29 years) 


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450 
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303 
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179 
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178 

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17 
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28 


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246 
173 
168 
322 
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286 
165 





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126 
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186 
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83 



TABLE C CHURCH TRAINING 


year ending September 30, 1983 


74 


Association 


(Month & Day) 




YATFS 




S 


State 






NORTH CAROLINA 


-! 


Associational Church Training Director 


olmer 
inder- 


Address 


City State Zip 


E - 


ROUTE 3, BOX 154 DURHAM NC 27713 


-1 


CHURCHES 


CHURCH TRAINING DIRECTORS & ADDRESSES (INCLUDE ZIP CODE) 


Presch 
(5 year 
school 


Angier Avenue 


None 





Bells 


None 





Berea 


None 





Bethesda 


Phillip Wade, 2200 South Miami Blvd., Durham 27703 


14 


Braggtown 


None 





Calvary 


Al Crabtree, Rt. 5, Box 652, Durham 27703 


6 


Carrboro 


None 





Cedar Fork 


W. C. Colclouah, Rt. 1. Box 329, Morrisville 27560 





Cheek Heights 


None 





Cresset 


Roger Grossman, 1325 Cole Mill Rd., Durham 27705 





Durham Memorial 


Frank Shelburne, 3601 Gibson Rd., Durham 27703 





Ebenezer 


Mrs. Jeanette Hill, Rt. 1, Box 338-A, Durham 27705 


11 


Edgemont 


Bobby Pender, 2105 Carver St., Durham 27705 





Ephesus 


Mrs. Wofford Boyd, 4700 Ephesus Church Rd., Durham 27707 





Faith 


None 





Farrington Road 


None 





Fieldcrest 


None 





First 


None 





Good Samaritan 


None 





Gorman 


Jim Cope, 3601 Westminister Ave. , Durham 27704 


8 


Grace 


Norman Cannada, 16-F Booker Creek Aprs., Chapel Hill 27514 


10 


Grey Stone 


Rev. Wallace Fowler, 2920 38-A Chapel Hill Rd., Durham 27707 


31 


Guess Road 


None 





Holloway Street 


None 





Homestead Heights 


None 





Hope Valley 


Mrs. Tommy Maynard, 6808 Garrett Rd., Durham 27707 





Immanuel 


None 





Lakewood 


None 





Lowe's Grove 


James M. Barringer, 5808 Lake Elton Rd., Durham 27713 





Lystra 


None 





Mt. Carmel 


None 





Mt. Hermon 


None 





Mt. Gilead 


None 





Mt. Moriah 


None 





Mt. Pisgah 


None 





Olive Branch 


None 





Page Road 


W. E. Rice, Rt. 6, Box 507, Durham 27703 


A 1 


Park View 


None 


12 


D 1 _ J 

rarkwood 


None 


12 


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Red Mountain 


A. M. Hall, Rt. 1, Bahama 27572 


— rH 


Ridgecrest 


Wiley Oakley, 4907 Seterra Bend, Durham 27712 





Rose of Sharon 


None 





Temple 


Rev. Harold Craig, 2519 Wilbon St., Durham 27704 





Trinity 


Mrs. Dot Hicks, 1308 Ed Cook Rd., Durham 27703 


5 


University 


Not reported 





Watts Street 


None 





West Durham 


None 





Westwood 


None 





Yates 


None 







TOTALS 


134 | 









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20 


125 
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300 












8 

75 
151 






75 










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125 







396 



421 



356 



473 



491 



34 



174 



85 



TABLE D MUSIC MINISTRY 


year ending September 30, iau 


87 


Association 

YATES 


(Month & Day) 




Stale 

NORTH CAROLINA 




Association.il Music Director 

HUGH O'SHIELDS 


1 
e 

if 


Addrrss City State Zip 

2403 AZALEA DRIVE DURHAM NC 97703 


CHURCHES 


MUSIC DIRECTORS & ADDRESSES (INCLUDE ZIP CODE) 


h 


Angier Avenue 

Bells 

Berea 

Berhesda 

Braggtown 

Calvary 

Carrboro 

Cedar Fork 

Cheek Heiqhts 


John T. Laverty, 1508 Sycamore St., Durham 27707 
Mrs. Barbara Horton, Rt. 3, Apex 27502 
Juanita Vickers, Rt. 3, Fayetteville Rd., Durham 27713 
Hugh O'Shields, 2403 Azalea Dr., Durham 27703 
J. H. McGugan, 2531 Fairlawn Rd., Durham 27704 
Mrs. Beverly McQuarry, 1204 Lynn Rd., Durham 27703 
Mrs. Janet Whitaker, Box 156, Carrboro 27510 
Mrs. Gayle C. Rowland, 1219 Tarbert, Cary 27511 
Mrs. Ed Bryant. 1822 Penrod Rd.. Durham 27704 


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Cresset 

Durham Memorial 

Ebenezer 

Edgemont 

Ephesus 

Faith 

Farrington Road 

Fif»lr1rr»»<:f 


Rev. Robert W. Cook, 4002 Westfield Dr., Durham 27705 
H. Moran Whitley, 2721 Holloway St., Durham 27703 
John Barfield, 409 W. MarkhamAve., Durham 27701 
David L. Phipps, 1802 Chandellay Dr., Durham 27705 
None 

Mrs. Jean Howerton, 3210B Rochelle St., Durham 27704 

Sharon Ross, Rt. 7, Mt. Moriah Rd., Durham 27707 

Rev. Greg DeMnrco, 100 McDowell Rd., Wake Forest 27587 


1 

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1C 

( 
c 

c 
1 


First 

Good Samaritar, 
Gorman 
Grace 
Grey Stone 
G usss Rood 
Holloway Street 


Rev. Mel T. Luther, 204 Chateau Rd., Durham 27704 
None 

Herbert B. Gray, 3307 E. Geer St., Durham 27704 
Wm. Burke Raper, 1303 Washington St., Durham 27701 
Rev. David Watts, 4301 Berini Dr., Durham 27705 
Mickey Copeland, 2112 Broad St., Apt. B-7, Durham 27705 
BenVogler, 1415 Holloway St. , Durham 27703 


25 
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19 
1 

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Homestead Heights 
Hope Valley 
Immanuel 
Lakewood 
Lowe's Grove 
Lystra 

Mt. Carmel 
Mt. Gilead 


Barry Bryant, Rt. 8, Box 339, Durham 27712 

Bruce Benton, 5523 Garrett Rd., Durham 27707 

Gary Crow, 150 Flint Ridge Aprs., Bldg 13, Hillsborough 27278 

Mrs. Sarah H. Harvey, 429 Green St., Durham 27701 

Miss Janet Nickelston, 633 Morreene Rd., Durham 27705 

Tom Bland, 428 Cameron Ave., Chapel Hill 27514 

William R. Meredith, 306 Pritchard Ave. , Chapel Hill 27514 

Mrs. Carol Kilpatrick. Rt. 7, Bex 30 r Chapel Hill 27514 


14 

8 

14 

3 
6 
C 
8 
C 


Mt. Hermon 
Mt. Moriah 
Mt. Pisgah 
Olive Branch 
Page Road 
Park View 
Parkwood 
Plainview 


Mrs. C. O. Couch, 4813 West Hills Dr., Durham 27705 
Rev. James Taylor, Rt. 7, Box 175A, Durham 27707 
None 

Miss Gena Dalton, 4729 B. East Cornwallis Rd., Durham 27713 
Mrs. Joan Mitchell, 1902 Bethesda Ave., Durham 27703 
Mrs. Larry Gates, 1917 Morehead Ave. , Durham 27707 
Michael Dunagan, 57 McDowell, Wake Forest 27587 
Eddie Diah, Box 2085. Wake Forest 27587 


1 

8 

12 

i 

7 
C 

c 

11! 


Red Mountain 
Ridgecrest 
Rose of Sharon 
Temple 
Trinity 
University 
Watts Street 
West Durham 


Raw T)r Trtrnmv \r\rAnr\ ft/tv 10*3 R^i in^mnnf 07^79 
i\ev« l> i » luniiiiy juiuuii; uua iuo f iwu^giiiuiii *-* ->/ 

Wiley Oakley, 4907 Sererra Bend, Durham 27712 

Mark A. Hill, 2105 bogarde it., Apt. B-7, Durham 27705 

Rev. Harold Craig, 2519Wilbon St., Durham 27704 

Grant Payne, 1901 Leonard St., Durham 27703 

Ms. Christine de Cantanzaro, Box 508, Chapel Hill 27514 

E. Kenneth Harrell, Box 3003, Durham 27705 

Leon Cole. 4325 Denfield St.. Durham 27704 


10 
6 
5 




c 


Wesrwood 
Yates 


Mrs. Sheila Glosson, 5327 Hold Hillsborough Rd., Durham 27705 
Rev. Tedford Reed, 3814 Hulon Dr., Durham 27705 


H 




TOTALS 


260 



86 



88 


89 


90 


91 


92 


93 


94 


95 


96 


97 


98 


Children enrolment 
(6-11 years or grades 1-6) 


J 

If 


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M » 
2 S 

li 
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1 

2 

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i 

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if 

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5 

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12 
8 


18 
7 
5 

15 
8 



1 



10 

12 
27 
8 



34 

12 
53 
25 
36 
39 
15 
1? 


15 




15 




n 


17 
12 
4 





n 






7 




n 


5 

2 
9 
6 
6 
3 
3 










n 


87 
21 
18 
105 
64 
59 
92 
35 
n 


55 
12 
15 
88 
43 
39 
60 
20 
in 



16 









20 
23 
17 
20 

11 

1 5 
6 


40 
35 
9 
10 



3 


50 
25 
32 
25 
14 
30 
10 
9 


16 







_Q_ 


60 



18 


2 

— 0- 












6 
8 
5 
6 

3 
3 
1 










0— 


195 
91 
73 
85 
14 
48 
20 

20— 


140 
65 
60 
55 

20 
10 

15- 













53 
12 
48 
26 
72 
10 



47 

46 

80 
35 
17 


62 
20 
38 
55 
115 
40 
30 


14 

16 
16 
30 




78 

8 
11 
25 
10 
3 


18 




27 




16 
2 
12 
10 
16 
3 
3 











313 
34 
185 
127 
384 
103 
53 


268 
25 

155 
75 

247 
70 
34 


16 
12 







21 
17 




8 

10 
n 


26 




17 



n 


50 
19 
22 
30 
28 
7 
18 
13 










n 


8 
7 






1 








2 

n 


6 
4 

2 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 












125 
55 
41 
36 
66 
10 
41 
17 


80 
45 
29 
20 
15 

7 
31 

8 






15 



18 



4 
9 
zU 


9 


Q 



25 
24 



15 
20 


25 
25 
6 
10 
14 
18 
10 
25 










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5 



6 

9H 








4 



4 
6 
2 
3 
3 
2 


5_ 



4 





n 


34 
82 
64 
13 
24 
35 
29 

ftA 


15 
70 
32 
8 
8 
25 
20 
is 











8 
23 
10 
20 

8 

9 
21 




20 
35 
1 

18 

1 K 



16 


20 
48 
28 
24 
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35 
32 
34 





8 
U 

14 




13 
5 





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8 

o 


2 
8 
5 
5 
3 
3 
2 
4 










o 


54 
137 
55 
80 
56 
47 
77 
54 


40 
70 
45 
70 
30 
25 
66 
12 









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29 




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zo 


27 

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19 
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5 
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50 

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25 

16 1 




22 


633 


638 


1,445 


180 


330 


66 


222 





3,797 


2,593 


114 



87 



TABLE E WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION YEAR ENDING September 30, 1983 


99 


100I 


Association 

YATES 


(Month & Day) 




State 

NORTH CAROLINA 






Associational WMU Director 

MRS. DOROTHY HICKS 


1 


is 


Address City State Zip 

1308 ED COOK ROAD DURHAM NC ?77ftt 




CHURCHES 


WMU DIRECTORS & ADDRESSES (INCLUDE ZIP CODE) 




ill 


Angier Avenue 

Bells 

Berea 

Bethesda 

Bragg town 

da Ix/nrv 
v*u i vui y 

Carrboro 
Cedar Fork 


Mrs. Charles E. Womack, 426 Southerland Ave., Durham 27703 

Mrs. Sallie Horton, Rt. 3, Apex 27502 

Ms. Linda Fogleman, 1811 Dial St., Durham 27713 

Mitzi Allison, 4301 Newby Dr., Durham 27704 

Mrs. Frank Nelson, 447 Continental Dr., Durham 27712 

Mrs. Kenneth Tew, 31 10 Appling Way, Durham 27709 

Mrs. Robert Shrewsbury, 107 Lilac, Carrboro 27510 

Mr*. DpnnUCn„rh r Rt. l r Bov 31o r Mnrrkvill* ?7.<560 


1 
1 


1 
1 
1 
1 




1 
1 

1 
1 
2 
1 
1 


Cheek Heights 
Cresset 

Durham Memorial 

Ebenezer 

Edgemont 

E pftcsus 

Faith 

Farrinaton Road 


Mrs. Leonard Hayes, 106 Davidson Ave. , Durham 27704 
Dr. Ruth Hoffman, 4000 Tinkerbell Rd., Chapel Hill 27514 
Mrs. Helen Gwaltney, 2616 Wedgedale Ave. , Durham 27703 
Mrs. Cynthia Riley, Rt. 2, Box 524-A, Durham 27705 
Mrs. H. &. Mumford, 1108 RaynorSt., Durham 27703 
Mrs John Booker Rt 6 Box 159 ChaDel Hill 27514 
Mrs. Delores Childress, 5 Michaels Dr., Durham 27704 
None 




1 
1 



1 



1 





2 
1 


1 

7 



Fieldcrest 
First 

Good Smaritan 
Gorman 
Grace 
Grey Stone 
Guess Road 
Holloway Street 


None 

Mrs. Clara Martin, 910 Lorain, Durham 27704 
None 

Mrs. Grace Fogleman, 2504 E. Geer St., Durham 27704 
Mrs. M. O. Tyndall, 1412 N. Mangum St., Durham 27701 
Mrs. Sharon Cowell, 5615 Bonnie Dr., Durham 27712 
Mrs. Geraldine Mitchell, 2606 Newport Dr., Durham 27705 
Mrs. Gwen Laina. 1208 Park Ave.. Durham 27701 




1 



1 

2 
1 

1 


. 
1 

2 
2 
2 
1 



Homestead Heights 
Hope Valley 
Immanuel 
Lakewood 
Lowe's Grove 

Mt. Carmel 
Mr. Hermon 


Mrs. Eunice Sprouse, 504 Fairfield Rd., Durham 27704 
Mrs. Eric Kyles, 6310 Garrett Rd., Durham 27707 
Mrs. Lucy Herndon, 2406 Sparwood Dr., Durham 27705 
Mrs. Ethel Arnold, 2103 Lafayette St., Durham 27707 
Mrs. Frank Shipp, 3934 S. Alston Ave., Durham 27713 
Mrs. Edward Scott, 70 Dogwood Dr., Chapel Hill 27514 
Mrs. Mary Wilson,' Rt. 6, Box 473, Chapel Hill 27514 
Mrs. William Dorritv. 2306 Gate Hill Dr.. Durham 27705 


1 
1 
1 




1 
1 


1 
1 
1 

1 

1 
1 


Mt. Gilead 
Mt. Moriah 
Mt. Pisgah 
Olive Branch 
Page Road 
rarK v lew 
Parkwood 
Plainview 


Mrs. Jean Tripp, Rt. 3, Box 28H, Pittsboro 27312 
Mrs. Don Powell, Rt. 7, Box 164, Durham 27707 
Mrs. Phyllis Cash, Rt. 3, Apex 27502 
Mrs. Elsie Cox, Rt. 6, Box 123A, Durham 27703 
Mrs. W. E. Rice, Rt. 6, Box 507, Durham 27703 

hArc Mnmor 1/tltA 9*} 1 1 CZ 1 Anrln 1 a A\/a Hi irkin m 97704 

«virb» norncr jodc/ lui i \7icnuuic nvc# / uuduuiii jl/ / v*t 

Not named yet 

Mp. Bob Duncan l, Rt. 5 . 60x688 Durban, 27704 


1 

1 


1 
1 



1 


1 
1 
1 

1 
2 

1 


Red Mountain 
Ridgecrest 
Rose of Sharon 
Temple 
Trinity 
University 
Watts Street 
West Durham 


Miss Norman J. Bowen, Rt. 2, Poole Rd., Rougemont 27572 
Mrs. Josephine Coates, 316 Goodwin Rd., Durham 27712 
Mrs. Robert Parnell, 302 Wellington Dr., Durham 27704 
Mrs. Bettie Dickey, 2009 WaWa Ave., Durham 27707 
Mrs. Bobby Pendergraft, 1904 Edgerton Dr., Durham 27703 
None 

Mrs. Eleanor Whitfield, 2300 Tampa Ave., Durham 27705 
Mrs. Harriett Miller, 311 East Pilot St., Durham 27707 




•5 
i 

1 
1 






i 



1 
1 

1 

1 






Westwood 
Yates 


Mrs. John S. Dilday, 1400 Pennsylvania Ave., Durham 27705 
Janet Breedlove, 18 Astor Ct. Durham 27705 


1 
1 


2 
3 




TOTALS 


35 


43 

I 



88 



1 


102 


103 


104 


105 


106 


107 


' 108 


109 


110 


in 


112 


113 


Numbir of .Organization! 


Enrolment 


grades 7-12) , 


i 

Hi 

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s 

IS 
* s 

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Is 


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s 

il 

it 


Mission Friends 
(5 years and under— 
not in school) 


Girls in Action 
(6-11 years or 
grades J -6) 


* 

£ ij 


Baptist Young Women 
(18 29 years or H.S. 
graduation throuf h 29 years) 


!» 

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1 

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* 


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11 


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li 
11 




1 

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1 
1 



1 

2 



1 

2 
1 




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1 

3 






5 

1 

5 
3 
7 
5 
3 


6 
8 


15 
8 
5 

18 



11 
5 


17 
5 

10 

17 
7 


5 
7 




8 
9 
2 


9 




5 
12 



65 
34 



50 
27 
38 
13 


3 
7 

2 
1 

4 
2 
11 
2 




o 

10 
52 






99 
61 
12 
85 
67 
57 
105 
24 






o 
1 
1 




1 




1 
] 

2 
1 
1 
1 
1 






o 









1 

6 
2 
4 
1 
5 




3 
5 


15 


13 




12 
30 


16 


12 





21 
24 

12 

5 




8 
5 

22 



17 



21 
28 
23 
27 
54 
8 




3 
1 

6 
2 
3 
2 
1 





o 









24 
73 
93 
51 
100 
10 
48 







1 


10 

1 

1 






1 


1 

4 
1 
1 
1 







1 
1 






5 

5 
11 
7 
2 
3 



20 

5 
11 
7 

6 



18 


31 
22 
25 
20 





6 


11 
5 

13 

8 



12 


15 
5 





120 

34 
64 
93 
50 
54 



7 

6 
6 
6 
8 
4 








1 






183 

87 
123 
150 
78 
72 









1 




1 


1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 









1 
1 


3 
4 
4 
1 
5 
1 
5 
6 


13 
8 

10 

6 
5 

15 
6 


18 
13 
10 

9 
7 
5 
6 



5 
9 

4 

3 
10 






10 


5 


24 
12 
33 
28 
32 
10 
36 
15 


6 

3 
2 
4 
5 
10 












61 

38 
65 
30 
65 
27 
69 
43 




1 

o 







1 


1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 


1 

o 




1 

3 



6 
5 

4 
2 
4 
7 
1 


5 
8 
11 



7 

Z 


9 


7 
4 
10 

8 

19 
\i 



7 


6 
14 
7 
6 



9 


8 





10 
IU 


4 


12 
35 
41 
25 
12 

7 
15 



2 
6 
6 
1 
6 
1 
2 


8 

o 




42 




46 
63 
75 
37 
28 
72 
8 
46 


> 


1 



1 






1 


1 

2 
1 
2 
2 
1 
2 
1 


r+ 








1 


3 
6 
4 
6 
1 
2 
4 



25 
11 
6 
12 





15 


8 
6 
15 








10 


12 



14 


T3- 


8 


12 



20 


12 
27 
13 
45 
15 
40 
50 
34 


"3 
6 
1 
2 
1 
2 

10 












45 
58 
51 
59 
67 
42 
54 
78 




1 
1 


1 

2 






6 
8 


10 
12 


15 
17 


5 
12 


12 

7 


28 
36 


1 

5 




o 


71 
89 


) 


29 


57 


14 


198 


326 


450 


262 


221 


1,440 


173 


113 


2,989 





























89 





TABLE F BROTHERHOOD 


year ending September 30. 1983 


114 


Association 


(Month & Day) 




YATES 






NORTH CAROLINA 


a 

i 


\ssocialional Brotherhood Director 




1 


J. EDWIN COUCH 




xddress 


City State Zip 




ROUTE ! . BOX 313 MORRISVILLF Mr vikju\ 


li 


CHURCHES 


BROTHERHOOD DIRECTORS & ADDRESSES (INCLUDE ZIP CODE) 


is 


Angler Avenue 


Johnny B. Carter, 1749 Fletcher's Chapel Rd., Durham 27703 




Bells 


Mike Harward, Rt. 3, Apex 27502 


i: 


Be rea 


None 


i 


Bethesda 


Vernon Parnell, 1714 Mason Dr., Durham 27703 


1 


Braggtown 


Wilson Crabtree, Rt.l, Box 347- A, Bahama 27503 




Calvary 


Ken Ferrell, 3714 Esther Dr., Durham 27703 


li 


Carrboro 


Neal Smith, 147 Kingston Dr., Chapel Hill 27514 




Cedar Fork 


Edwin Couch. Rt. 1. Box 313. Morrisville 37560 




Cheek Heights 


C. B. Shelton, 1004 E. Club Blvd., Durham 27704 




Cresset- 


None 




Durham Memorial 


VictorG. Lee, Jr., 1 105 Wei Ions Dr. , Durham 27703 


M 


Ebenezer 


Jerry Johnson, 522-Kerley Rd., Apt. 11-C, Durham 27705 


( 


Edgemont 


Norris Strickland, Rt. 6, Box 508 Sherron Rd., Durham 27703 


( 


Ephesus 


W. O. King, 3102 Winston Rd., Durham 27704 


( 


Faith 


T. J. Faust, 1903 Medallion Dr., Durham 27704 




Farrinqton Road 


None 


i 


Fieldcrest 


None 




First 


None 


11 


Good Samaritan 


None 


1 


Oorman 


kA D • kA 1 not J \A/ m. • • l A P» L o"7"7A A 

Mrs. bonnie Meeks, 23 14 Westminister Ave. , Durham 2/704 


21 


G race 


Mark Davis, 2625 Umstead Rd., Durham 27712 




Grey Stone 


Richard Cowell, 5615 Bonnie Dr., Durham 27712 


31 


Guess Road 


Ralph Clark, 5121 Kenwood Rd., Durham 27712 


1 


Holloway Street 


None 


( 


Homestead Heights 


□ •■I Kl t AQf\A IS* 1 1 Pi Pi 1 OT711 

Billy Newton, 4804 Kinlock Dr., Durham 2/712 


1< 


Hope Valley 


Eric Kyles, 6310 Oarrett Road, Durham 27707 




Immanuel 


None 


1] 


Lakewood 


None 




Lowe's Grove 


None 


( 


Lystra 


None 


( 


Mt. Carmel 


Edward Horton, 575 Whippoorwi II Lane, Chapel Hill 27514 


1 


Mt. Hermon 


Archie Daniel. Rt. 2. Box 660, Chopel Hill 27514 




Mt. Gilead 


Raymond Greenlow, Rt. 4, Pittsboro 27312 




Mt. Moriah 


Curtis Sikes, 2638 Pickett Rd., Durham 27705 


[ 


Mt. Pisgah 


None 


< 


Olive Branch 


Paul Nance, 3501 Wake Forest Rd., Durham 27703 


( 


Page Road 


W. E. Stinnett, 628 Lynn Rd., Durham 27703 




Park View 


None 




Pa rkwood 


iNone 




Plainview 


To be elected 


• 


Red Mountain 


A M Hnll Rf 1 Rav 406 Boihnmo 2750^ 




Ridgecrest 


Gary Chambers, Rt. 1, Box 266B, Hillsborough 27278 


1 


Rose of Sharon 


Cecil Brooks, 409 Andover Rd., Durham 27712 




Temple 


None 


1 


Trinity 


None 




University 


None 




Watts Street 


None 


1 


West Durham 


None 


1 


Westwood 


Irvin Breedlove St., 1822 Forest Rd., Durham 27705 


1 


Yates 




,: 




TOTALS 


40i 









90 



\ 115 


116 


117 


118 


119 


120 


121 


122 


123 


Pioneers 

(1M7 years or grades 7-12) 


i 
i 
I 

1 

s 

s 


•k 
I 
| 

z 

•R „ 
S.-5 

ss 


E 

I 

| 

S 
s 

If 


i 

E 

i 

sg 

!! 

II 


Baptist Men enrolment- 
Witnessing or Lay Renewal 


Brotherhood director and 
other general Brotherhood 
Officers 


J J 


m 

is 

° E 


I 



7 
2 






5 
2 

1 
1 


22 


13 
25 
38 


o 





15 



3 





4 









12 



5 


3 
2 

2 
3 
1 


1 





4 






24 
14 


73 
37 
56 

5 
17 



11 
12 

8 

2 





1 


3 


2 






26 

o 









24 

o 







20 











5 



3 


1 



2 

1 

1 






6 





1 

47 
28 
37 
17 
1 
9 
4 





8 
12 
14 







7 

5 









60 
5 







12 
8 

25 








6 









25 
60 








2 
3 
1 














18 


55 
61 
197 

6 





9 
5 



11 
4 


4 

4 



4 
1 


5 





























6 









1 

1 






2 


6 






10 
13 


26 
18 
20 



34 
25 


10 

5 

4 





5 
2 
1 


1 



1 





20 



5 





























3 


3 


1 
3 


1 


4 



16 





27 
9 
12 
21 
24 


18 




6 

7 




2 

2 

o 





11 

25 
15 


ft 
U 






20 



ft 

u 





20 



ft 

u 





20 

o 
o 






1 

2 
5 

o 

3 





5 


ft 
U 





23 
92 
37 
12 
\Z 






10 



2 
5 



14 




3 




3 




2 




3 











35 
32 


147 


64 


284 


100 


53 


125 


49 


58 


1, 


180 





















91 



TABLE G TOTAL RECEIPTS, LOCAL EXPENDITURES > STEWARDSHIP YEAR ENDING 9/30/83 



(Month & Day) 



YATES 



State 






NORTH CAROLINA 






Associational Treasurer 






MRS. W. A. GODWIN 






Address City State 




Zip 


ROUTE 2. BOX 386 CHAPEL HILL 


NC 


27514 



TREASURERS A ADDRESSES (INCLUDE ZIP CODE) 

Fred W. Rhodes, 1121 Shady Lane, Rt. 8, Du 2 rnam 2 
Mrs. Joyce Copeland, Rt. 2, Apex 27502 
Gene Shepherd, 911 Demerius Sr., Durham 27701 
Rose Floyd, 4607 Holloman Rd., Durham 27703 
Eugene Mangum, 321 Cheryl Dr., Durham 27712 
Mrs. Dorothy Christian, 205 Pleasant Dr., Durham 
Mrs. James Greenlee, 100 Lilac, Carrboro 27510 
Lester War. Rt. 1. Box 309. Morrisftille ^27560^ 
Mrs. Winfield Holder, Cheek Rd. , WJ'STBox'SCfS 



is 



Angier Avenue 

Bells 

Berea 

Bethesda 

Bragg town 

Calvary 

Carrboro 

Cedar Fork 



195,173 
35,760 
14,908 
184,063 
174,597 
138,642 
168,025 
49.487 



Cheek Heights 
Cresset 

Durham Memorial 

Ebenezer 

Edgemont 

Ephesus 

Faith 

F aTinqt9n faqd 



Fieldcrest 
First 

Good Samaritan 
Gorman 
G race 
Grey Stone 
Guess Road 
Hollowav Street 



Jesse Cole, 2938 Chapel Hill Rd., Durham ^ZQ7 
Mrs. Virginia Teasley, 3303 Wake Forest Hwy, L/nai 
Tom O'Dell, Rt. 2, Box 486, Durham 27705 
B. F. Denning, 1912 Wallace St., Durham 
Mrs. Vernon F. Pope, 2617 Winton Rd., Durham 
Lewis Murphy, 248 Debra Dr., Durham 27704 
Ms. Linda Giles. Box 2051. Chaoel Hill jjffife 
Mrs. Carhryne Weaver, 3417 Glenn Rd., RyjJ^m 



Dffi 
irha 



Mrs. Helen Brockwell, 1431 Acadia St. 
John Leathers, 615 Old Oxford Hwy., Du 
B. L. Fuller, 2621 Cooksbury Dr., Durham 27704 
E. S. Brock, Jr., 508 W. Knox St., Durham 27701 
Michael Davis, 1718 Grady Dr. , Durham 27701 
W. T. Harris, 1918 Dartmouth, Durham ITJQ&jm 
Mrs. Clifton Batchelor. 610 Lindlev Dr.. DurHam 



495 
275 10 



26,267 
207,881 
194,329 
165,710 
87,112 
53,241 
82,050 
39-261 



28,753 
350,959 

15,437 
251,607 
238,485 
496,666 
143,541 
121-273 



Homestead Heights 
Hope Valley 
Immanuel 
Lakewood 
Lowe's Grove 
Lystra 

Mt. Carmel 



Spurgeon Buchanan, 220 Chateau Rd., Durham"" 155 
George Atwater, 6900 Garrett Rd., Durham 2ZZQ7 50 
Mrs. Thelma Barlow, 803 W. Club Blvd., Durham 75 
Mrs. Mary B. Ward, 3900 Hulon Dr., Durham27707 50 
Robert Wortham, S. Alston Ave., Durham 27713 25 
Ray Womble, Rt. 5, Box 350, Chapel Hill 27514 21 
Scott Blackwood, Rt. 7, Box 309, Chapel Hill 2751489 

========— ======= hdpefflm 



163,246 
99,285 
89,138 
95,354 
75,601 
25,884 
56,933 



Mt. Hermon 
Mt. Gilead 
Mt. Moriah 
Mt. Pisgah 
Olive Branch 
Page Road 
Park View 

PflrkYyogd 



Mrs. Waylon Godwin, Rt. 2, Box 386, C 
Mrs. Betty Jones, Rt. 4, Pittsboro 27312 
Charles E. Brown, 4839 Erwin Rd., Durham 27705 
Diane Lawrence, Rt. 3, Apex 27502 
Mrs. Ruth Mangum, 4017 Wake Forest Rd., Uurl 
Leonard Davis, 4121 Lumley Rd., Durham 27703 
Sonny Newcomb, 6728 Lockwood Dr., Durham 7 277I 
David Green. ijflO? W.I I inmA.im Way . Durhaff ' ° 



ft 



50 
60 
85 
12 
5 
55 
260 
10 



86,071 
43,161 
88,873 
45,080 
47,822 
61,868 
91,320 



S 



Plainview 

Red Mountain 

Ridgecrest 

Rose of Sharon 

Temple 

Trinity 

University 

Waits Street 



Ms. Jackie Jenks, 2427 Redwood Rd., Durham TX)4 
Mrs. Betty Lou Ellis, Rt. 2, Rougemont 27572 
Mrs. Sherry Moore, 6106 Summerfield Dr., 
William Garrard, 3240 Rose of Sharon Rd 
R. Zack Long, 614 Bon Air Ave., Durham 27704 
Grant Payne, 1901 Leonard St., Durham 27703 
J. E. Gilmore, Jr., Box 508, Chapel Hill 7Z5LL 

Mrc ^ S.mn,™. 9*1? Wilhon S». . D.,rhn^ /U4 



\:M: 



I 

43,826 
243,323 

72,895 
171,567 

79,902 
197,000 
lflfl.710. 



West Durham 

Westwood 

Yates 



Henry Jarmon, 2219 Fitzgerald Ave., Durham 
R. L. Terrell, 5711 Woodberry Rd., Durham A 
Robert A. Wilmarth, 3725 Randolph Rd., Dufli 

TOTALS 



2770723 
4,)84 



54,000 
244,578 
6,005,923 



92 



r 126 


127 


128 


129 


130 


131 


132 


133 


134 


135 


all offerings, 
ifts 


S. 






salaries 


mt on new 
during the year 


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itures 


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during 


Church 


Money 


Debt re 
the yea 


Church 


All othi 


Total It 
expend 


249,338 


11,000 


260,338 





99,355 








4,034 


39,888 


143,277 


41,147 


1,914 


43,061 





22,530 


2,056 





1,265 


6,612 


32,463 


20,442 


2,105 


22,527 





5,720 








375 


7,668 


13,763 


197,697 


158 


197,855 


400,000 


104,215 


411,000 


22,112 


4,513 


62,697 


604,537 


180,103 


4,679 


184,782 





73,522 





33,008 


4,623 


33,616 


144,769 


160,584 





160,584 





40,688 





25,727 


4,31 1 


64,959 


135,685 


198,590 


294 


198,884 





53,838 





3,418 


5,651 


26,900 


89,799 


KA AOA 

04 .*t70 


525 


55,P21 


A 


17 OOC. 


A 


A 


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OO ARC 


^1 o An 


07 AOO 

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27,429 


A 

u 


1A 014 
IO, 7 14 


A 

u 


A 

u 


Ann 

4UU 


1 196 


ifl R.in 

IO,J IU 


01Q OOA 


10,665 


228,955 


A 

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An 0.1 o 

OU , O 1 Z 


A 

V 


71 CAA 

/ 1 ,ouu 


O OQA 

J, Zoo 


co ono 
oy , yuz 


IOC CAA 

iyo,ouu 


259 ,459 


8,261 


267,720 





98,710 





800 


16,815 


47,005 


1 ^O OOA 

loo, ooU 


174,698 





174,698 





68,229 





39,000 


4,057 


63,412 


174,698 


oo om 

77, 700 


1,363 


101,301 


oa nnn 


£.1 ccp. 
O 1 ,JJo 


op. aip. 

ZO,0 1 o 


in A77 
1 U , O/ / 


A OOO 
o,zrz 


A 15.A 
4, IOO 


ini ^ni 

1 U 1 , OU 1 


CO OA 1 

JO,OU 1 


4,107 


62,908 


a nnn 

4,UUU 


oo 0P.0 

OZ,yOZ 


A 
U 


1 000 

1 , 7ZZ 


1 c.01 
1 t OZ 1 


17 Am 


ca nop, 

04,UZO 


OQ 7QA 

yo,/oo 





98,786 


O CAA 

Z,OUU 


OO 07 Q 

Zr ,o/o 


A 

u 


A 

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O CAO 


CI QOO 

o i , ozy 


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OO,//0 


AO P.AO 




64,715 


A 


97 71 c 


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7 


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OO /HO 
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29,412 


A 

u 


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1 , 07/ 


A 
V 


O OAR 


70.0. 

/oo 


O 7AC 


oo oon 
zy,ozu 


OOQ CIO 
0O7 ( J IO 


5,150 


394,668 


i^n nnn 

1 OU , uuu 


A7 WA 

O/ ,004 


AO O.AA 
OZ , OOO 


o/i nnn 


in Ann 

IU,4UU 


1CA /.O/t 


col A4A 
OZ 1 ,U4o 


18,089 





18,089 





2,400 





6,000 


432 


11,530 


20,362 


286,675 





286,675 





91,195 





32,112 


11,541 


95,550 


230,398 


349,336 


133,825 


489,825 





99,838 


74,807 





4,537 


279,378 


458,560 


642,852 


149,553 


792,405 


16,000 


221,071 


4,187 


22,370 


18,253 


143,933 


409,814 


169,778 





169,778 





41,627 


13,182 


35,834 


7,859 


44,403 


142,905 


195,143 


57,75? 


192.902 


P. 














212,680 


4,765 


217,445 


443,295 


73,263 


32,891 


35,508 


10,292 


36,690 


188,644 


119,261 





119,261 





48,547 





19,488 


2,156 


29,087 


99,278 


93,894 


3,618 


97,512 





47,405 





2,568 


1,543 


17,701 


69,217 


96,815 





96,815 





40,857 





9,750 


2,402 


24,218 


77,227 


91,881 


o 


91,881 





31,177 








2,044 


12,040 


45,261 


33,971 


3,840 


36,971 





12,728 








868 


10,351 


23,947 


65,613 





65,613 





29,418 





2,700 


2,058 


12,218 


46,394 


izo,yuo 


24,871 


150,777 





40, 182 


23, 1 1 1 





4, 131 


20,635 


88,077 


At 7 A~7 

4/ ,/o/ 


1,044 


48,811 


A 

u 


1 A CZA 

I4,06U 


A 

u 


A 
U 


O 1 1/. 

o, 1 16 


6,276 


23,952 


130,326 





130,326 





31 ,026 








3,575 


42,660 


77,264 


61,586 





61,586 





28,109 


14,915 


1,500 


1,896 


19,996 


66,416 


58,960 





58,960 





28,607 





9,500 


1,925 


18,054 


58,086 


65,198 





65,198 





22,966 





9,600 


2,620 


26,092 


61,278 


91,320 


4,001 


95,321 





52,049 





9,300 


1,685 


23,007 


86,041 


7 A .307 


. 7.244 


84.241 


7.000. 


m 




ia ftAn 


l P.0P. 




PA r nn_T 


114,803 





114,803 





39,520 





10,504 


1,062 


57,375 


108,461 


44,989 


1,101 


46,090 





11,960 








2,078 


14,775 


28,813 


335,270 


126,385 


461,555 





164,106 


8,000 


63,000 


11,650 


174,200 


420,956 


81,451 


112,366 


193,817 


o 


38 434 


o 


7 110 


1 910 


137,471 


~\QA QOC 
104, 7ZO 


229,150 


5,760 


234,910 





92^050 





niooo 


5*570 


126*065 


234,694 


83,916 


221 


84,137 





24,395 





22,464 


3,109 


8,691 


58,659 


239,000 


OO AAA 


OO 1 AAA 
OO 1 ,000 





88,540 


22,000 





2,600 





113,140 


*» r 97.«i 


ZJM. 


,, TOiVift. 


o 


?3.?66 







5,200 


sun. 


1«A «77 


88,000 


1 1,000 


99,000 


35,000 


38,356 


3,000 


10,000 


18,000 


36,000 


105,350 


263,634 


192,841 


456,475 


77,800 


72,261 


11,669 


91 ,825 


10,678 


315,515 


501,948 


176,233 


990,561 


8,172,498 


1,149,595 


2,703,78; 


811,802 


670, 102 


223,996 


2,608,764 


7,018,961 



93 



SPONSORED ¥ 



TABLE H MISSION EXPENDITURES 


year ending September 30, 1983 




136 




137 I 


Association 


(Month & Day) 


CHURCH SP0NS0RE0 


YATES 












State 

NORTH CAROLINA 




* 




j 


Associational Clerk 

JOHN M. DEEDS 




if 
!-§ 






Address City State Zip 

1804 GLENDALE AVE. DURHAM NC 27701 




Il 




ijj j 


CHURCHES 


CHURCH CLERKS ft ADDRESSES (INCLUDE ZIP CODE) 




i = 

as S 




111 i 


Angier Avenue 

Bells 

Berea 

Bethesda 

Braggtown 

Calvary 

Ca rrboro 

Cedar Fork 


Mrs. 1. F. Rowland, 204 Raynor St., Durham 27703 
Mrs. Teresa Mason, Rt. 3, Apex 27502 
JoAnne Barker, Rt. 3, Box 295A, Durham 27713 
Tommy Kerr, 341 Bandock Dr., Durham 27703 
Mrs. R. L. Jeffries, 3704 Hermine St., Durham 27705 
Mrs. Jan Tice, 3103 Grimes St., Durham 27703 
Ms. Anna Abell, Box 156, Carrboro 27510 
Mrs. Johnnie Evans. Rt. 1. Box 324. Morrisville 














s 





131 


Cheek Heights 
Cresset 

Durham Memorial 

Ebenezer 

Edgemont 

Ephesus 

Faith 

Farrinaton Road 


Mrs. Ira Pate, 1111 Midland Terrace, Durham 27560 
Mrs. J. L. Glenn, 102 Landsbury Dr., Durham 27707 
Mrs. Ann Ramsey, Rt. 6, Box 355, Hocutt Rd., 27707 
Mrs. G. F. Riley, Rt. 2, Box 519, Durham 27705 
Mrs. Blane Latta, 2725 Beck Rd., Durham 27704 077n7 
Mrs. Robert K. Witherspoon, 3312 Watkins Rd., Durham 
Mrs. Terry Bennett, 3910 Cheek Rd., Durham 27704 
Wanda Evans. Rt. 7. Box 239. Durham 27707 





5,000 











I 




Oi 


Fieldcrest 
First 

Good Samaritan 
Gorman 
Grace 
Grey Stone 
Guess Road 
Hollowav Street 


Mrs. Kathryn Denton, 3330 Glenn Rd., Durham 27704 
Mrs. Christine Ferrell, D-3, 1829 Front St., Durham 2770. 
John Holloway, 1229-A Naples Place, Durham 27704 
Mrs. Grace Fogleman, 2504 Geer St., Durham 27704 
Mrs. J. H. Royal, 4510 Cheshire Ct., Durham 27705 
Leonard Rigsbee, 2006 Sunset Ave. , Durham 27705 
Mrs. Linda Goswick, 2400 Barrymore Ave., Durham 27705 
Mrs. Tvson M. Kirk. 1121 N. Miami Blvd.. Durharr.27703 




i 










01 

i 

S 






Homestead Heights 
Hope Valley 
Immanuel 
Lake wood 
Lowe's G rove 
Lystra 

Mt. Carmel 

Hitmen. . ._ 


Mrs. Mary E. Whaley, 1516 Kirkwood Dr., Durham 27705 
Mrs. Ralph Lewter, Rt. 3, Box 266-B, Durham 27713 
Mrs. E. C. Cannon, 3721 Cambridge Rd., Durham ^2^13 
Mrs. Dorothy Moore, 3613 Hope Valley Rd., Durham 077 ., 
Mrs. Dorothy R. Gilmore, 6600 Massey Chapel Rd., Durnd 
Mr. Tom Bland, 428 Cameron Ave., Chapel Hill 27514 
Mrs. Norma Diggs, Rt. 6, Box 375, Chapel Hill 27514 

Mr*. Rnlnh Dpnnis. Rt. 1. Bnv 207 B. Durhnm 9770/5 






i 






0, 



6,063 






Mt. Gilead 
Mt. Moriah 
Mt. Pisgah 
Olive Branch 
Page Road 
Park View 
Parkwood 
. Rla inyiew 


Mrs. Joyce M. Bynum, Rt. 4, Box 254, Pittsboro 27312 
Mrs. Charlie R. Parker, Rt. 7, Box 238, Durham 27707 
Mrs. Swannie Booth, Rt. 3, Box 240, Durham 27713 
Mrs. Betty Carden, 3608 Gibson Rd., Durham 27703 
Mrs. Shirley Wallace, Rt. 4, Box 365A, Durham 27703 
C. L. Yearwood, 2622 Newquay St., Durham 27705 
Mrs. Claire A. Thomas, 106 Monterey Lane, Durham 27713 

Mrs. Stuart Griffin . 4712 RiYermQnt Rflu Durham 2/712 













u 





0' 



Red Mountain 
Ridgecrest 
Rose of Sharon 
Temple 
Trinity 
University 
Watts Street 
West Durham 


Mrs. Nancy Crabtree, Rt. 1, Box 28, Rougemont 27fJ2 

KArc l/irmial tno AAr*Fnrlnnrl S 1 1 A K^nu/nnrl Rrl IJiirnnm 

Miss Edith Dunnagan, 1703 Umstead Rd., Durham 27712 
Mrs. C W. Ethridge, 2714 Sparger Rd., Durham 27705 
Mrs. Sue Boyd, 2220 Glover Rd., Durham 27703 275U 
Mrs. Elizabeth Bolton, 224 McCauley St., Chapel Hill 4 
Mrs. Virginia Wiggins, 2932 Friendship Rd., Durham 2770i 
Lee E, Jopes, 1Q9 Wesf Wea Y er St, f Durham 27707 




700 










1,300 



O 1 
0i 


j 


Westwood 
Yates 


Mrs. O. D, King, 1825 Forest Rd., Durham 27705 
Mrs. Zada Nelson, 3100 Stanford Dr., Durham 27707 









0! 




TOTALS 




5,700 


7,494 



94 



1 i8 


139 


140 | 141 | 142 | 143 | 144 | 145 | 146 [ 147 | 148 | 149 


150 


IONS 


I 
g> 

£ 

1 


OTHER MISSION CAUSE EXPENDITURES 


I » 
csZ 


loial cnurcn sponsoreo i 
mission expenditures 


1 

1 
1 

«X OL 


55 


if 

< a 

lit 
III 


11 

M 

sii 


1 

= s 
1 1 

5 3 
Si 


ill 

v> xl a. 


X 

ea 


si 
II 

eo S 


i 
I 

III 


f C 
I 1 


ooooooo-— 


55,081 
2,578 
298 
4,314 
12,773 
10,523 
21,866 
13,735 


6,051 
1,105 
150 
609 
3,450 
5,067 
5,046 
1.481 


4,461 

871 
49 

500 
2,088 

200 
2,101 

787 


2,401 
867 
589 

1,007 

3^481 
994 

3,901 
572 


6,138 
813 
437 
4,036 
4,810 
1,989 
6,214 
1.622 


180 





200 






400 
30 



200 






30 



200 






30 



200 




8,305 
1,318 
33 
825 


3,425 
1,317 
15 


27,536 
5,374 
1,348 
6,977 
13,829 
12,475 
18,579 
1.477 


82,617 
7,952 
1,646 
11,291 
26,602 
22,998 
40,445 
18.343 


8 

oooooooo 


600 
3,985 
27,852 
2,388 
3,000 
3,750 
6,479 
4.485 


250 
1,100 
2,300 
397 
550 
519 
2,222 
1.360 


140 
129 
800 
188 
770 
365 
852 
323 


190 
1,239 
2,013 
15 
900 
395 
593 
170 


213 
4,644 
4,678 

758 
1,717 

878 
1,704 
1,006 













300 



















300 








200 
10,573 
3,778 
1,244 


332 
61 
290 


993 
18,285 
13,569 
2,602 
3,937 
2,489 
5,432 
3,149 


1,593 
22,270 
46,421 
4,990 
6,937 
6,239 
11,911 
7,634 


oooooooo 


600 
41,588 


13,650 
26,211 
44,915 
13,666 
7.530 


300 
6,932 


4,400 
4,730 
6,300 


2.200 


150 
3,255 


3,816 
1,455 
888 
100 
798 


151 
3,947 


1,000 
2,938 
1,027 
1,400 
1,764 


303 
10,859 


18,250 
18,896 
6,771 
3,000 
3.896 




500 




1,000 








289 

























50 



10,723 
7,981 
15,310 


787 


954 
25,493 


38,189 
36,289 
31,296 
4,500 
9,445 


1,554 
67,081 


51,839 
62,500 
76^211 
18,166 
16,975 







,063 




24,503 
3,469 

11,450 
5,013 

11,219 
1,600 
5,251 


1,632 
1,486 
1,717 
1,675 
1,192 
150 
990 
3.708 




595 
1,286 
2,242 
2,332 
200 
48C 
5flf 


2,417 
1,038 
1,860 
351 
2,501 
907 
623 
678 


3,167 
3,276 
2,148 
1,110 


946 
884 
2.385 






90 

100 









750 
960 








325 
540 








225 
660 



1,143 
1,155 


1,561 


250 
365 
1.041 


8,359 
7,550 
7,011 
6,939 
7,645 
3,753 
5,602 
8,342 


32,862 
11,019 
18,461 
11,952 
24,927 
5, 353 
10,853 
2?. 244 


r* 








o 


-w 

3,500 
5,860 
4,648 
6,033 
3,952 
2,170 
6.795 


613 
1,500 

902 

946 
1,095 
1,234 

723 
2.728 


1,246 
79 
266 
445 
740 
850 
355 



1,325 
294 
385 
679 
507 

1,000 
308 
904 


20,350 
6,490 
860 
1,455 
1,644 
1,300 
1,301 
2,199 













































1,090 


182 
1,154 
1,000 



5,219 
9,453 
2,413 
3,525 
4,168 
5,538 
3,687 
5.820 


8,286 
12,953 
8,273 
8,173 

IU,zU 1 

9,490 
5,857 
12,615. 


ogoooooo 


1,500 
7,000 
4,744 
13,658 
5,486 
17^500 
11,000 



300 
2,020 
2,008 
8,350 
2,350 
1,100 
4,700 
2,000 


175 
385 
85( 
1,45* 

13; 

1,500 
2,25C 
2.00C 


325 
1,689 
1,457 
2,289 

441 
2,200 

500 
2,00^ 


319 
5,845 
1,731 


1,155 
2,600 
1,264 
1,000 








2,000 

500 


550 


800 







175 


300 





o 


175 







o 


1,745 
18,500 
472 
2,962 
326 


14,072 



3,764 
28,439 

7,618 
15,059 

4,404 

9,400 
22,786 

7.500 


5,314 
37,439 
12,362 
28,717 

o p. on 

2,690 
33,786 
7.500 




',754 


30,324 
532,561 


4,800 
109,138 


95C 
46,432 


1,794 
60,026 


4,371 
171,421 




4,570 


25 
4,304 




1,570 




1,590 


2,713 
16,298 


14,653 
495,864 


44,977 
1,017,309 



95 



TABLE 1 SPECIAL INFORMATION 


year ending September 30. 1M3 


29 


30 


Association 


{Month & Day) 






YATES 








State 






s 


NORTH CAROLINA 




V, 


Moderator 




1 z 


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TRAVIS CLEMENTS, SR. 




11 


Address 


City Slate Zip 






3205 SPRUNT STREET DURHAM . NC 27705 


11 




CHURCHES 


CHAIRMEN OF DEACONS & ADDRESSES (INCLUDE ZIP CODE) 


No. Cl 
starte 


No. cl 
currer 


Angier Avenue 


Manley Johnson, 411 Pleasant Dr., Durham 27703 








Bells 


Earl Parker, Rt. 2, Apex 27502 








Berea 


Mack Vickers, Rt. 3, Fayetteville Rd., Durham 27713 





1 


Bethesda 


Leon Massey, 2619 Ellis Rd., Durham 27704 








Bragg town 


Robert Sumpter, 703 Latta Rd., Durham 27712 








Calvary 


Don C. Christian, 205 Pleasant Dr., Durham 27703 








Carrboro 


Ward Setzer, 503 Lyon Lane, Chapel Hill 27514 








Cedar Fork 


Johnnie Evans, Rt. 1, Box 316, Morrfsville 27560 








Cheek Heights 


C. H. Shelton, 1004 E. Club Blvd., Durham 27704 








Cresset- 


Jim Ellis, 816 Tinkerbell Rd. , Chapel Hill 27514 








Durham Memorial 


Crawford Hart, 2710 Wedgedale Ave., Durham 27703 





1 


Ebenezer 


Keith Taylor, 712 Veriform Dr., Dahama 27503 








Edgemont 


Blane Latta, 2725 Beck Rd., Durham 27704 








Ephesus 


Warren Elledge, Rt. 7, Box 82, Durham 27707 








Faith 


Elijah Triplett, 3406 Cheek Rd., Durham 27704 








Farrinqton Road 


Norman Tingen, Rt. 6 r Box 116 f Chapel Hill 27514 








Fieldcrest 


Thomas C. Ellis, 3210 Sherbon Dr., Durham 27707 








First 


Billy Judd, 501 Hugo St., Durham 27704 


1 


5 


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None 








Gorman 


B. L. Fuller, 2621 Cooksbury Dr., Durham 27704 








Grace 


David Hessee, 1515 Acadia St., Durham 27701 








Grey Stone 


Dr. E. Loren Nichols, 1611 Mohegan Dr., Durham 27712 








Guess Road 


Charlie Carden, 3130 Rose of Sharon Rd., Durham 27705 








Holloway Street 


Tyson M. Kirk, 1121 N. Miami Blvd., Durham 27703 








Homestead Heights 


Named in January 








Hope Valley 


Jack Mason, 1205 Huntsman Dr., Durham 27713 








Immanuel 


Gene Smith, 2003 Sparwood Dr., Durham 27705 








Lakewood 


Marvin Winstead, 3012 University Dr., Durham 27707 








Lowe's Grove 


None yet 








Lystra 


Donald Parrish, Rt. 9, Chapel Hill 27514 








Mt. Carmel 


To be elected 








Mt. Hermon 


Archie Daniel, Rt. 2, Box 660, Chapel Hill 27514 








Mt. Gilead 


Not yet elected 







Mt. Moriah 


Curtis Sikes, 2638 Pickett Rd., Durham 27705 








Mt. Pisgah 


Leon Goodwin, R6. 3, Apex 27502 








Olive Branch 


George Ray, St. Rt. 6, Box 321, Durham 27703 








Page Road 


A. D. Frazier, 4214 Lumley Rd., Durham 27703 








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Carlton Harrell, 410 Argonne Dr., Durham 27704 








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Not yet elected 








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A. M. Hall, Rt. 1, Box 406, Bahama 27503 





2 


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Rodney Langley, 130 Twin Oaks Dr., Durham 27712 





2 


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Larry E. Hester, 505 Wanda Ridge Rd., Durham 27712 








Temple 


To be elected in Dec. 








Trinity 


Charles Owens, 2205 Eastwood Dr. , Durham 








University 


Harold Smith, Jr. , 744 Tinkerbell Rd. , Chapel Hill 27514 








Watts Street 


Howard Strubal, 1119Woodburn Rd., Durham 27705 








West Durham 


W. L. McAuley, 404 Dupree St., Durham 27707 





7 


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W. J. Peters, 607 Candlewood PI., Durham 27704 






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Rosie Hampton, 3105 University Dr., Durham 27705 










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YATES 
BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
North Carolina 



Thirty-sixth Annual Session 
1984 




Yates 
Baptist 
Association 



2821 Chapel Hill Road 
Durham, North Carolina 27707 
Telephone: 919-489-3396 



Thirty-sixth Annual Session 
1984 

Held with Yates Baptist Church, Monday evening, October 29, 
1984; Braggtown Baptist Church, Tuesday morning, October 30, 
1984, and Parkwood Baptist Church, Tuesday evening, October 30, 
1984. 

IP 

Next session to be held with Bethesda Baptist Church, Monday 
evening, October 28, 1985; Cresset Baptist Church, Tuesday morning, 
October 29, 1985, and Rose of Sharon Baptist Church, Tuesday even- 
ing, October 29, 1985. 



Table of Contents 



Annual Meeting Attendance 34 

Associate/ Assistant Pastors 71 

Board Members 1 

Brotherhood Officers \ 5 

Budget 57 

Calendar 9 

Church and Pastors Directory 69 

Church Brotherhood Directors 80 

Church Clerks 82 

Church Deacon Chairmen 83 

Church Media Center/Library Directors 73 

Church Music Directors 78 

Church Secretaries 73 

Church Sunday School Directors 77 

Church Training Directors 78 

Church Training Officers 4 

Church Treasurers 81 

Church Woman's Missionary Union Directors 79 

Committees (1984-85) 6 

Constitution and Bylaws 17 

Digest of Letters 47 & 88 

Directory of Association 1 

Employees 1 

Expression of Thanks 35 

Financial Statement 60 

General Board Members of the Baptist Convention 1 

Historical Table 85 

History of Farrington Road Baptist Church 62 

History of West Durham Baptist Church 63 

In Memoriam 65 

Laubach Literacy Program 6 

Lay Leader Award 45 

Meals for Association^ Annual Meeting and WMU Annual Meeting 65 

Ministers of Education 71 

Ministers of Recreation 72 

Ministers of Youth 72 

Ministers Ordained 75 

Ministers Ordained or Licensed During the Year 76 

Music Council 6 

Officers of the Association 1 

Perfect Letters from Churches 84 

Proceedings of Annual Meeting 26 

Senior Adult Officers 5 

"Singles 30-50" Officers 5 

"Singles Over 50" Officers 5 

Strategy Planning Committee 45 

Sunday School Officers 3 

Woman's Missionary Union Officers 4 

TACMO Officers 4 

Yates Baptist Association Churches 68 

Yates Village Trustees 56 

Years for Publishing Church Histories 64 



COMMITTEE & ORGANIZATION REPORTS: 

Association^ Board 37 

Auditor's 58 

Brotherhood 40 

Camp 47 

Christian Life 48 

Church Media Center/Library (TACMO) 42 

Church Training 39 

Community Ministries 49 

Deacon 50 

Director of Missions 42 

Evangelism Committee 50 

Laubach 42 

Missions Committee 50 

Music Council 41 

Ordinations Committee 52 

Perfect Letters 84 

Place and Preacher 51 

Radio and Television 52 & 53 

ACTS Board 52 

Baptist TelNet 53 

Senior Adults 53 

"Singles 30-50" 54 

"Singles Over 50" 54 

Student Work 54 

Sunday School 38 

Woman's Missionary Union 40 

Yates Village, Inc 55 

Youth Council j 56 

STATISTICAL TABLES: 

Table A - Church Membership and Other Information 91 

Table B - Sunday School 93 

Table C - Church Training 95 

Table D - Music Ministry 97 

Table E - Woman's Missionary Union 99 

Table F - Brotherhood 101 

Table G - Total Receipts, Local Expenditures & Stewardship 103 

Table H - Mission Expenditures 105 

Table I - Special Information 107 



Directory of the Association 



1984 - 1985 

Moderator Travis Clements, Sr., 3205 Sprunt St., Durham 27705 - GRS; 383-1211 

Vice Moderator Dr. Dewey W. Kerr, 1415 Holloway St., Durham 27703 - HS 

688-471: 

Clerk Miss Lois King, 2513 Sparger Rd., Durham 27705 - MH; 383-1 13( 

Treasurer Mrs. W.A. Godwin, Rt. 2 Box 659, Chapel Hill 27514 - MH; 383-42* 1 

Parliamentarian Bruce Little, 3707 Esther Dr., Durham 27703 - BA; 596-775( f 

Pastors at Large Rev. Crate Jones, P.O. Box 1 1296, Durham 27705 - A; 596-643( 

Rev. Robert McClernon, P.O. Box 3003, Durham 27706 - WS; 688-136(j 

General Board Members 
The Baptist State Convention 

Dr. Charles H. Harris 2815 Fox Dr., Durham, NC 27712; 383-721: 

Rev. Jerry Harper Rt. 1 Box 388, Durham 27705; 383-298!; 

Employees 

Director Rev. Marvin B. Settle, Jr., 5613 Centennial, Durham 27712; 477-341< 

Adm. Assistant Mrs. Faye O. Bassett, Rt. 7 Box 247-A, Durham 27707; 489-495 

Secretary Mrs. Altaree E. Norris, 4306 David St., Durham 27704; 477-555 

Bookkeeper Mrs. Alice Bates, 4501 Myers Park Dr., Durham 27705; 383-319; 

Camp Caretaker Mrs. Anna Funderburk, Rt. 6 Box 181-A, Durham 27703 

596-668' 

Associations Of fice 2821 Chapel Hill Rd., Durham 27707; 489-339 

Board Members 

Angier Avenue Manley Johnson, 41 1 Pleasant Dr. , 2770 

Paul E. Watkins, 2424 S. Alston Av., 2771 

Bells M/M Percy Howard, Rt. 1, Pittsboro 2731 

Berea M/M Mack Vickers, Rt. 3, Fayetteville Rd., 2771 

Bethesda M/M William Farrell, Rt. 4 Box 351, 2770 

B.C. Little, 3707 Esther Dr., 2770 
Rev. Hugh O'Shields, 2403 Azalea Dr., 2770 

Braggtown Ralph Cooke, 2423 W. Club Blvd., 2770 

Calvary Mrs. Emma Daniel, 619 Lynn Rd., 27701 

Everette Boone, 606 Midway Av., 2770; 

Carrboro Dr. Robert Thompson, 129 Carolina Forest Dr., Chapel Hill 2751 

Cedar Fork Hubert C. Green, Rt. 1 Box 246, Morrisville 2756 

Kenny O'brien, Rt. 4 Box 323-AA, 277C 

Cheek Heights C.H. Shelton, 1004 E. Club Blvd., 277C 

Ira Pate, 1111 Midland Ter., 277C 

Cresset 

Durham Memorial Cecil Vaughan, Rt. 3 Box 39-D, Hillsborough 2727 

Fletcher King, 339 Chandler Rd., 277C 

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Jerry Johnson, Rt. 8 Box 389, 27712 

Bobby Riley, Rt. 2 Box 524-A, 27705 

Rone Davis, 2718 Ashe St., 27703 

Miss Brenda Williams, 514 N. Mineral Springs 27703 

Mrs. Thomas E. Smith, Rt. 7 Box 302-A, 27707 

Mrs. Nancy Hayes, 3911 Garrett Rd., 27707 

T.J. Faust, 1903 Medallion Dr., 27704 

Ceyna Bell, 4702 Bragg Rd., 27704 

Road Walter Ross, Rt. 7, 27707 

George Coggin, P.O. Box 8645, 27707 

Tom Ellis, 3210 Shearbon Dr., 27707 

Marvin Byrd, 3403 Summerlin Rd., 27704 

M/M Floyd Rhodes, 3305 Dixon Rd., 27707 

unaritan 

BillBaucom, 1612 Ward St., 27707 

Jim Cope, 3601 Westminister Av., 27704 

D.W. Porterfield, Sr., 3128 Gibson Rd., 27703 

Gary Carver, 4012 Chaucer St., 27705 

Carl Wallace, 2713 Lawndale Av., 27705 

W.W. Griffin, 1829 C-ll Front St., 27705 

W.T. Harris, 1928 Dartmouth, 27705 

Ellis Perry, 2717 Carver St., 27705 
Ed Goehring (Alt.), 2215 Charlotte, 27705 

It M/M Wayne Nutt, 1 103 Delano, 27703 

Heights Mrs. Mary E. Whaley, 1516 Kirkwood Dr., 27705 

Mrs. Leonard Smith, 5300 Fairoaks Rd., 27712 

M/M George Cooke, 4212 Hope Valley Rd., 27707 

Mrs. Winnie Beane, 4101 Neal Rd., 27705 

Bill Burch, 2623 Ferrand Rd., 27705 

Barbara R. Smith, 1710 Bedford St., 27707 

Oma Lee S. Smith, 1923 Ward St., 27707 

M/M Paul Dismuke, 3616 S. Alston Av., 27713 

Billy Burgess, Rt. 9 Box 545, Chapel Hill 27514 

Miss Vivian Cole, Rt. 7 Box 565, Chapel Hill 27514 

Ralph Blackwood, Rt. 7 Box 665, Chapel Hill 27514 

Ms. Margery Blackwood, Rt. 7 Box 309, Chapel Hill 27514 

Mrs. Joyce Bynum, Rt. 4 Box 524, Pittsboro 27312 

Mrs. Bertha Clark, Rt. 4 Box 904, Pittsboro 27312 

Marvin Couch, 5325 Old Hillsborough Rd., 27705 

Billy Clayton, 5331 Old Hillsborough Rd., 27705 

Troy Wilkins, Rt. 1 Box 156, 27705 

Robert Gooch, 2012 Wa Wa Av., 27707 

J.E. Booth, Rt. 3 Box 240, 27713 

Jack Foster, Rt. 3 Box 229-C, 27713 

Everette Lynn, Rt. 6 Box 238, 27703 

O.C. Mitchell, 838 Glenco Rd., 27703 

A.D. Frazier, 4214 Lumley Rd., 27703 
Florabelle McGee, Rt. 4, 27703 

Carlton Harrell, 410 Argonne Dr., 27704 

Julian Martin, 2508 Farthing St., 27704 

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Parkwood Hughie Lewis, Rt. 1 Box 297, Morrisville 2756 

William Witt, 112 Monterey Ln., 2771 

Plainview Mrs. George Preddy, Rt. 5 Box 474, 277C 

Everrette Pendergraft, Rt. 5 Box 688-A, 277C 

Red Mountain 

Ridgecrest J.B. Cash, 217 Midland Rd., 2771 

Bill Cronin, 4609 Kinlock Dr., 2771 
Mrs. Susan Cronin, 4609 Kinlock Dr., 2771 

Rose of Sharon Bryant Scott, 3141 Rose of Sharon Rd., 2771 

Leslie I. Jarrell, 1205 Donphil Rd., 2771 

Temple M/M Linwood McCullers, 1 12 E. Maynard Av., 277C 

Trinity Gary Carr, 1703 Jester Rd., 2771 

Owen McCormick, 9 Hamilton Av., 277C 

University 
Watts Street 
West Durham 

Westwood Gray Edwards, 1507 Mountain View, 2770' 

Arthur Frankenstein, 3703 Knollwood Dr., 2771 

Yates Margaret Gunter, 3920 Hope Valley Rd., 277f ! 

Marshall Mangum, 2203 University Dr., 277C 

Sunday School Officers 

Director Rev. Tom Newboult, 2819 Chapel Hill Rd., Durham 27707 - ^ 

(ch) 489-23C 



ASSIST 

(Associational Sunday School Improvement Support Team) 

Adult Director Rev. Wofford Boyd, 4700 Ephesus Church Rd., 27707 - EI 

(ch) 489-44* 

Senior Adults .... Rev. Harold Craig, 807 W. Chapel Hill St., 27701 - T, (ch) 688-739! 

Median Adults Rev. Wofford Boyd, 4700 Ephesus Church Rd., 27707 -EI^ 

(ch) 489-44* 

Young Adults Rev. Forest Gale, 1003 E. Main St., 27701 - EG; (ch) 682-325 

Single Adults Rev. Bryan Chestnut, Rt. 7 Box 152, Chapel Hill - LY; (ch) 933-6321 

Youth Director Rev. Parker Leake, 414 Cleveland St., 27701 - FI; (ch) 688-73C 

Older Youth Rev. Dan Parker, 4007 Holt School Rd., 27704 - HH; (ch) 477-38f 

Children's Director Mrs. Betty Settle, 5613 Centenial Dr., 27712 - FI; 477-341 

Older Children Miss Jane Harris, P.O. Box 508, Chapel Hill 27514 - 1 

(ch) 942-21fj 

Middle Children Mrs. Peggy Craig, 2519 Wilbon St., 27704 - T; 471-46*j 

Younger Children Mrs. Betty Settle, 5613 Centenial Dr., 27712 - FI; 477-341 

Preschool Director Mrs. Soundra Middour, 12 S. Circle Dr., Chapel Hill - CI 

929-90* 

Older Preschool Mrs. Irene Bagwell, 414 Cleveland St., 27701 - FI; (ch) 688-73C 

Middle Preschool Mrs. Darlene Harrill, 1415 Holloway St., 27703 - H: 

(ch) 688-471 

Younger Preschool Mrs. Soundra Middour, 12 S. Circle Dr., Chapel Hill - CF 

929-904 

Outreach Director Rev. Larry Taylor, 222 Midland Rd., 27712 - RC; 477-542 

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VBS Director Mrs. Darlene Harrill, 1415 Holloway St., 27703 - HS; (ch) 688-4711 

Teaching Improvement Training Director 

Small Church Consultant Rev. Fred Williams, Rt. 1 Box 229, Morrisville 27560 

- CF; 544-4019 

Group Leader 

8.5 by '85 Representative 

Church Training Officers 

Director Miss Nannie Mae Herndon, Rt. 3 Box 154, 27713 - WS; 544-1859 

Adult Director Mrs. Ralph Stanhope, 1706 Stacy Dr., 27712 - DM; 477-0898 

Youth Director Rev. Mark Moser, 1003 E. Main St., 27703 - EG; (ch) 682-3251 

Children's Director Mrs. Peggy Craig, 2519 Wilbon St., 27704 -T; 471-4688 

{Preschool Director Mrs. Darlene Harrill, 1415 Holloway St., 27703 - HS; 

(ch) 688-4711 

Equipping Center Director Rev. Harold Craig, 807 W. Chapel Hill St., 27701 - T; 

(ch) 688-7397 

Survival (New Member) Rev. Robert Weatherly, Rt. 7 Box 182, 27707 - MM; 

(ch) 489-3425 

TACMO Officers 

(The Associational Church Media Organization) 

Director Mrs. Clara Crabtree, Rt. 1 Box 347-A, Bahama 27503 - BT; 477-4521 

'Assoc. Director Mrs. Marie Corn, 231 Latta Rd., 27712 - BT; 477-2987 

jEducation Director Mrs. Lily Yu, 2320 Charlotte St., 27705 - GRS; 477-1497 

[Technical Processes Mrs. Janie Clements, P.O. Box 135, Bahama 27503 - RC; 

477-3484 

Program Chairman Mrs. Ethel Crabtree, 205 Midland Rd., 27712 - RC; 477-4660 

Secretary Mrs. Jo Ellis, 4904 Lockhaven Dr., 27712 - BT; 477-4300 

Woman's Missionary Union Officers 

Director Mrs. Geraldine Mitchell, 2606 Newport Dr., 27705 - GR; 477-2403 

Asst. WMU Director Mrs. Lucy Herndon, 2406 Sparwood Dr., 27705 - 1; 383-4854 

Baptist Women Director Mrs. Barbara Smith, 8206 Lowell Valley Dr., Bahama 

27503 - GRS; 471-4391 

Asst. BW Director Mrs. Dorothy Womack, 426 Southland St., 27703 - A; 596-6665 

BYW Director Ms. Kim Williams, 1479 Newcastle Rd., 27704 - FI; 471-01 10 

Asst. BYW Director Mrs. Linda Hammett, 708 Wisteria Av., 27704 -WW; 

| 477-1155 

Acteens Director Mrs. Kaye Clark, Rt. 4 Box 202B, Pittsboro 27312 - MG; 

542-3878 

I Asst. Acteens Director Mrs. Carol Roycroft, 3428 Randolph Rd., 27705 - CT; 

489-3079 

GA Director Mrs. Alice Bates, 4501 Myers Park Dr., 27705 - GRS; 383-3197 

Asst. GA Director Mrs. Toni Clark, 5801 Genessee St., 27712 - Y; 471-9287 

Mission Friend Director Mrs. Ruth Preddy, Rt. 5 Box 474, 27704 - P; 682-2305 

"Asst. MF Director 

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Sec./Treas./Historian Mrs. Helen Mumford, 1 108 Raynor St., 27703 - EG; 

682-2465 

Mission Action Director Mrs. Augusta Hockaday, 1829 Front St., G-2, 27705; 

- FI; 383-1233 

Enlistment/Enlargement Director Mrs. Darlene Harrill, 420 Idlewood St., 27703; 

- HS; 596-3031 

Centennial Chairman Mrs. Dorothy Hicks, 1308 Ed Cook Rd., 27703 - TR; 

596-7232 

Group I Leader Miss Peggy Clayton, 2715 Carver St., 27705 - GR; 477-3652 

Group II Leader Mrs. LucileCapps, 3523 Sayward Dr., 27707 - EP; 489-5302 

Group III Leader Mrs. Cathy Greene, 21 1 Chateau Rd., 27704 - FI; 477-4976 

Group IV Leader Mrs. Mary Overman, 217 S. Benjamin St., 27703 - A; 596-3638 

Chorister Ms. Barbara Brown, 1 143 Raynor St., 27703 - A; 682-5328 

Pianist Ms. Diane Mercer, 2920 Chapel Hill Rd., 104-C, 27707 - A; 489-3251 

Program Chairman Mrs. Frances Dorrity, 2306 Gate Hill Dr., 27705 - MH; 

383-3405 

Brotherhood Officers 

Director J. Edwin Couch, Rt. 1 Box 313, Morrisville 27560 - CF; 544-7014 

Baptist Men's President Larry Clark, 5801 Genessee St., 27712 - Y; 471-9287 

Royal Ambassador Director Bryce Bates, 4501 Myers Park Dr., 27705 - GRS; 

383-3197 

Senior Adult Officers 

President Mrs. Margaret Rhodes, 3305 Dixon Rd., 27707 - FI; 489-3509 

1st Vice President Mrs. Helen Mumford, 1 108 Raynor St., 27703 - EG; 682-2465 

2nd Vice President & Program Chairman Robert Goodwin, 1810 Bethesda Av., 

27703 - BA; 596-3366 

Secretary Mrs. Alma Strange, 2807 E. Geer St., 27704 - BA; 688-6088 

Treasurer Mrs. Maybelle Husketh, 3849 Shoccorree Dr., 27705 - A; 383-4633 

Enlistment Chairman Floyd Rhodes, 3305 Dixon Rd., 27707 - FI; 489-3509 

Singles Over 50 

President Mrs. Helen K. Mumford, 1 108 Raynor St., 27703 - EG; 682-2465 

Vice President W.B.Hester, 1400 Oakland Av., 27705 - GRS; 286-7419 

Co-Program Chairman . . Mrs. Darlene Harrill, 420 Idlewood St., 27703 - HS; 596-3031 
Rev. Edward Kissiah, 1602 Jarvis St., Raleigh 27608; 833-2471 
Secretary/Treasurer Mrs. Bettie Maynard, 2421 Mozelle St., 27703; 596-8560 

Singles 30-50 

President Mrs. Ida Morgan, 5623 Bonnie Dr., 27712 - RC; 477-6715 

Secretary/Treasurer Mrs. Dorothy Hicks, 1308 Ed Cook Rd., 27703 - TR; 

596-7232 

Outreach Leader Miss Sheila Durham, 1213 Miami Blvd., 27703 - HS; 682-7824 



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Laubach Literacy Program 

director Mrs. Mary Whaley, 1516 Kirkwood Dr., 27705 - HH; 477-4451 

Music Council 

Mrector Rev. Hugh O'Shields, 1914 S. Miami Blvd., 27703 - BA; (ch) 596-2158 

Barry Bryant, 4007 Holt School Rd., 27704 - HH; (ch) 477-3859 
Rev. Bob Cook, 3707 Garrett Rd., 27707 - CT; (ch) 489-2655 
Herbert B. Gray, 3315 E. Geer St., 27705 - GM; (ch) 688-3947 
Rev. Thane Kendall, P.O. Box 2686, 27705 - GRS; (ch) 286-2281 
Rev. Mel Luther, 414 Cleveland St., 27701 - FI; (ch) 688-7308 
Mrs. Beverly McQuarry, 1204 Lynn Rd., 27703 - C; (ch) 596-2592 
Rev. Ted Reed, 2819 Chapel Hill Rd., 27707 - Y; (ch) 489-2309 
Rev. James Taylor, Rt. 7 Box 182, 27707 - MM; (ch) 489-3425 
Rev. Ran Whitley, 2703 Holloway St., 27703 - DM; (ch) 596-7350 

1984-85 Committees 

i lNNUAL MEETING 

| (85) - Rev. Wofford Boyd, ch., 4700 Ephesus Church Rd., 27707 - EP; (ch) 489-4483 

(86) - Rev. Carl Garner, 222 Midland Rd., 27712 - RC; (ch) 477-5426 

(87) - Dr. Tobie Stone, Rt. 2 Box 422-A, 27705 - E; (ch) 383-6668 

l lUDIT COMMITTEE 

I (85) - Fred Rhodes, Jr., ch., 1121 Shady Ln., 27712 - A; 477-0682 

(86) - Mrs. Betty L. Ellis, Rt. 2, Rougemont 27572 - RM; 477-3079 

(87) - Mrs. Chesterleen Ricca, 1514 Rosedale Av., 27707 - T; 489-4540 

[ calendar 

(85) - Mrs. Alice Bates, ch., 4501 Myers Park Dr., 27705 - GRS; 383-3197 

(86) - Rev. Everette Smith, 2100 Chapel Hill Rd., 27707 - L; (ch) 489-2537 

(87) - Don Mitchell, 1902 Bethesda Av., 27703 - PR; 596-4618 

:amp 

(87) - Chris Hamlet, ch., 917 Englewood Av., 27705 - WS; 682-3572 
! (85) - Rev. Richard Chorley, P.O. Box 3003, 27705 - WS; (ch) 688-1366 
(85) - George Love, 1018 Gloria Av., 27705 - G; 682-2553 

(85) - Rev. Harold Rumfelt, 123 Olive Branch Rd., 27703 - OB; (ch) 596-8907 

(86) - Mrs. Joyce Bynum, Rt. 4 Box 182-H, Pittsboro 27312 - MG; 542-4198 
l| (86) - Tommy Faust, 1903 Medallion Dr., 27704 - F; 682-6725 

j (87) - James T. Ellis, 816 Tinkerbell Rd., Chapel Hill 27514 - CT; 967-3805 

CHRISTIAN LIFE 

(85) - Rev. Jerry Harper, ch., Rt. 1 Box 388, 27705 - MH; (ch) 383-2982 
i (85) - Mrs. Dorothy Hicks, 1308 Ed Cook Rd., 27703 - TR; 596-7232 
I (86) - Rev. Dennis Hill, 3573 Hillsborough Rd., 27705 - I; (ch) 383-1422 

(87) - Mrs. Margaret Cash, 2218 Glover Rd., 27703 - EG; 596-4930 
(87) - Mrs. Barbara Davis, 793 Newsom St., 27704 - PV; 471-1049 



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COMMUNITY MINISTRIES 
(87) - Larry Clark, ch., 5801 Genessee St., 27712 - Y; 471-9287 
(85) - Mrs. Delores Atkins, 2807 Carver St., 27705 - WS; 477-2994 
(85) - Ervin Breedlove, 1822 Forest Rd., 27705 - WW; 286-7232 

(85) - Ted Stone, 5114 Pine Trail, 27712 - G; 477-1581 

(86) - Cecil Brooks, 409 Andover Rd., 27712 - RS; 477-4514 
(86) - Dr. Harold Cobb, Sr, 1901 Athens St., 27707 - WD; (ch) 682-4453 

(86) - Rev. Thomas Rush, 1815 Glenn School Rd., 27704 - FC; (ch) 682-1248 

(87) - Michael Lyon, 5910 Ridgeview Dr., 27712 - RC; 477-9074 
(87) - Mrs. Jackie Gale, 911 Ferncrest Dr., 27705 - EG; 471-8873 

CONSTITUTION 

(86) - Dr. Jesse Croom, ch., P.O. Box 156, Carrboro 27510 - CR; (ch) 967-3056 

(85) - Mrs. Rubyleigh Herndon, Rt. 3 Box 154, 27713 - WS; 544-1235 

(86) - Talmadge Lassiter, 3749 Hermine St., 27705 - RS; 477-4230 

(87) - Robert Downey, Rt. 4 Box 28, 27713 - LG; 544-1958 
(87) - Larry Johnson, 2213 Conestoga Dr., 27705 - 1; 383-1110 

DEACONS 

(87) - Billy Newton, ch., 4804 Kinlock Dr., 27712 - HH; 477-0015 
(85) - William E. Ball, 2112 Broad St., C-9, 27705 - RS; 477-2011 

(85) - Mrs. Kathleen Bishop, 2630 Pickett Rd., 27707 - Y; 489-3875 

(86) - Philip Casey, 9 Meadowbrook Dr., 27712 - EG; 383-5605 

(86) - Eddie Williams, Rt. 6, Chapel Hill 27514 - MC; 933-7806 

EVANGELISM 

(87) - Rev. Ernest Ferrell, ch., 1914 S. Miami Blvd., 27703 - BA; (ch) 596-2158 

(85) - Mrs. Trudy Wall, 3405 Cheek Rd., 27704 - F; 688-7482 

(86) - Rev. Stanley Bergquist, Rt. 4 Box 327, 27703 - PR; (ch) 596-3968 

(86) - Dr. Gerald C. Goodwin, 2703 Holloway St., 27703 - DM; (ch) 596-7350 

(87) - Dr. Michael Fleming, 2039 Bayleaf Dr., 27712 - FI; 477-8120 

FINANCE 

(86) - Rev. Robert D. Weatherly, ch., Rt. 7 Box 182, 27707 - MM; (ch) 489-3423 
(85) - Rev. Forest Gale, 1003 E. Main St., 27701 - EG; (ch) 682-3251 

(85) - A.C. Sorrell, 35 Glenmore Dr., 27707 - WS; 489-5141 

(86) - Dr. C. Ronald Cumbie, 2819 Chapel Hill Rd., 27707 - Y; (ch) 489-2309 

(87) - Mrs. Judi Burhans, 1116 Infinity Rd., 27712 - GRS; 477-5170 
(87) - Charlie Council, 4311 Newby St., 27704 - HS; 471-9474 

Mrs. W.A. Godwin, Treas., Rt. 2 Box 659, Chapel Hill 27514 - MH; 383-42* 

FUTURE DEVELOPMENT 
(85) - Rev. Jimmy Nickelston, ch., Rt. 12 Box 121, Chapel Hill 27514 - FR; 

(ch) 544-52< 

(85) - Rev. Jerry Collins, 3707 Garrett Rd., 27707 - CT; (ch) 489-2655 

(86) - Rev. Benny Barron, 2123 So Hi Dr., 27703 - TR; (ch) 596-6407 

(86) - Mrs. Peggy Yates, Rt. 7 Box 187, 27707 - U; 489-1517 

(87) - Marshall Mangum, 2203 University Dr., 27707 - Y; 489-3534 

INTER-FAITH WITNESS 
(85) - Mrs. Carolyn Boyd, ch., 4602 Ephesus Church Rd., 27707 - EP; 489-5826 
(85) - Miss Nannie Mae Herndon, Rt. 3 Box 154, 27713 - WS; 544-1859 

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(86) - Rev. Robert Clegg, 4430 S. Alston Av., 27713 - LG; (ch) 544-1888 
, (86) - Mrs. Virginia Sneed, Rt. 2 Box 55, Morrisville 27560 - CF; 544-3962 
I (87) - Rev. James West, 1204 Lynn Rd., 27703 - C; (ch) 596-2592 

Missions 

J (85) - Dr. Charles Harris, ch., 414 Cleveland St., 27701 - FI; (ch) 688-7308 

(85) - Mrs. Nell Murphy, Rt. 3 Box 276-A, 27713 - HV; 544-3966 

I (85) - Rev. Roger Wall, 3321 Cheek Rd., 27704 - F; (ch) 682-8750 

(86) - Dr. Tom Jordan, P.O. Box 103, Rougemont 27572 - RM; 477-3657 

(87) - Ricky Champion, 301 E. Geer St., 27704 - EG; 682^839 

(87) - Mrs. Ruth Couch, Rt. 1 Box 313, Morrisville 27560 - CF; 544-7014 
I (87) - Mrs. Elois Clegg, 4424 S. Alston Av., 27713 - LG; 544-1184 

NOMINATIONS 

(85) - Rev. Malbert Smith, ch., P.O. Box 2686, 27705 - GRS; (ch) 286-2281 
! (85) - Mrs. Billie Garris Hall, 227 Chateau Rd., 27704 - HH; 477-3286 

j (85) - Mrs. Ruby Mae Laverty, 1508 Sycamore St., 27707 - A; 489-4081 

(86) - Rev. Jay Fogleman, 5111 Fayetteville Rd., 27713 - BR; 544-3471 

(86) - Rev. Charles Rutt, 4103 Guess Rd., 27712 - RS; (ch) 477-3993 

(87) - Dr. Larry Harper, 4007 Holt School Rd., 27704 - HH; (ch) 477-3859 
(87) - Mrs. Darlene Harrill, 420 Idlewood St., 27703 - HS; 596-3031 

ORDINATIONS 

! (85) - Rev. Fred Williams, ch., Rt. 1 Box 229, Morrisville 27560 - CF; 544-4019 
(86) - Rev. Joe Bostic, 826 N. Hardee St., 27703 - CH; 683-1019 

(86) - Rev. Chuck Miller, Rt. 3 Box 140, Apex 27502 - B; (ch) 362-4392 

, (87) - Rev. Lee Harris, Rt. 4 Box 120, Pittsboro 27312 - MG; (ch) 542-2431 

(87) - Rev. Bennie Littlejohn, 3102 Guess Rd., 27705 - GR; (ch) 477-4893 

[ PERSONNEL 

! (86) - Dr. Frank Zedick, ch., 1004 N. Mangum St., 27701 - G; (ch) 688-6765 

(85) - Mrs. Judi Kelly, 3911 Colorado Av., 27707 - HV; 489-1575 
I (87) - Dr. Gerald C. Goodwin, 2703 Holloway St., 27703 - DM; (ch) 596-7350 

I PLACE AND PREACHER 

(85) - Mrs. Christine Ferrell, ch., 1829 Front St., Apt. D-3, 27705 - FI; 383-1333 

(86) - Dr. James Murphy, 6900 Garrett Rd., 27707 - HV; (ch) 493-1809 

(87) - Dr. Clay Warf, 807 W. Chapel Hill St., 27701 - T; (ch) 688-7397 

[ RADIO AND TV 

(85) - Bryce Bates, ch., 4501 Myers Park Dr., 27705 - GRS; 383-3197 

(86) - Elijah Triplett, 3406 Cheek Rd., 27704 - F; 688-3857 

(87) - Garland Weathers, 1712 Hillcrest Dr., 27705 - G; 286-1531 

RESOLUTIONS 

(85) - Mrs. Lima Dennis, 4010 Cole Mill Rd., 27712 - GRS; 383-1117 

(86) - Mrs. Nancy Hayes, 3911 Garrett Rd., 27707 - EP; 489-7209 

(87) - A.B. Stone, 2700 Bexley Av., 27707 - Y; 489-6433 

STUDENT WORK 

(87) - Rev. John Hammett, ch., 2031 W. Club Blvd., 27705 - WW; (ch) 286-1593 
I (85) - Rev. Robert Donahoo, 1915 Yearby St., Apt. G, 27705 - WW; 684-5681 
(85) - Mrs. Mary Clayton, 1208 Evans Dr., 27707 - FI; 489-9514 



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(85) 

(86) - Dr. Thomas Downing, P.O. Box 508, Chapel Hill 27514 - U; (ch) 942-2157 

(87) - Rev. Parker Leake, 414 Cleveland St., 27701 - FI; (ch) 688-7308 
(87) - Rev. Roger Grossman, 3707 Garrett Rd., 27707 - CT; (ch) 489-2655 
Ex. O - Mrs. Velma Ferrell, Duke-BSU, Box 4351 D.S., 27706; 684-5955 

Ex. O - Rev. Bob Phillips, UNC-BSU, 203 Battle Ln., Chapel Hill 27514; 942-4266 

TRUSTEES 

(85) - W.W. Edwards, ch., 3810 Dover Rd., 27707 - G; 489-5122 

(86) - Charlie Rigsbee, 2322 Cardinal Dr., 27707 - L; 489-3401 

(87) - Richard Tew, 6225 Summerfield Dr., 27712 - RC; 471-6238 

YOUTH ADVISORY 
(86) - Rev. Fulton Hartzog, ch., P.O. Box 11296, 27703 - A; (ch) 596-6430 
(85) - Tony Gale, 626 Hammond St., 27704 - FI; 477-5320 

(85) - Miss Gena Overbey, 3615 Randolph Rd., 27705 - GRS; 493-5138 

(86) - Herbert Gray, 3315 E. Geer St., 27704 - GM; (ch) 688-3947 

(86) - Rev. Jeff Lane, 2703 Holloway St., 27703 - DM; (ch) 596-7350 

(87) - Rudy Griffin, 4702 Seterra Bend, 27712 - WW; 477-1666 

(87) - Rev. Marty Tobin, 222 Midland Rd., 27712 - RC; (ch) 477-5426 

1984-85 Tentative Calendar 

(Association^ events are in capital letters, all others are State or Convention events.) 

♦State and/or Convention also. 

OCTOBER 1984 



1 


LAUBACH WORKSHOP 


1 


SR. ADULT MASS CHOIR REHEARSAL 


1- 3 


Evangelism Leadership Conference, Caraway 


3 


"OPENING WINDOWS OF THE HOME OF THE WORLD" 




SEMINAR 


3 


Cooperative Program Month Emphasis 


5- 6 


Father-Son Retreat (grades 1-3), Camp Caraway 


5- 6 


Literacy Missions Retreat, Caraway 


5- 7 


R.A. Counselor Campcraft Training, Caraway 


6 


SINGLES OVER 50 


7 


HIGH ATTENDANCE NIGHT IN CHURCH TRAINING* 


8 


LAUBACH WORKSHOP 


10 


Cooperative Program Month Emphasis 


12-13 


RA Crusader Overnight Camp (grades 1-6), Caraway 


12-13 


Young Baptist Women's Convention, Ridgecrest 


12-14 


Family Camping Weekend 


12-14 


Christian Drama Conference 


13 


SINGLES 30-50 


15 


MINISTERS' CONFERENCE 


15 


PACT BLITZ AWARENESS MEETING 


15 


CHURCH TRAINING EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING 


15-19 


Senior Adult Retreat, Caraway 


16 


ANNUAL LETTERS DUE 


16 


BOARD MEETING 

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Ji9-30 


ANNUAL MEETING 


>9-31 


S.S. Special Workers Conference, Caraway 




Cooperative Program Month Emphasis 


NOVEMBER 1984 


1 


New Work Awareness & Skills Conference (Church Extension) 


2 


January Bible Study Clinics 


|2- 3 


"THE CHURCH UNLEASHED" CONFERENCE 


3 


TACMO 


3 


SINGLES OVER 50 


3 


CRUSADER CAR COMPETITION/MISSION FAIR 


3 


GA MOCK CAMP OUT (alternate date) 


4-10 


ROYAL AMBASSADOR WEEK 


4-11 


Royal Ambassador Week 


5 


BAPTIST WOMEN'S WORLD DAY OF PRAYER 


5- 7 


Equipping Center Showcase 


8 


SENIOR ADULTS 


10 


SINGLES 30-50 


10 


GA MOCK CAMP OUT 


10-11 


NC Baptist Men's Convention, Asheville 


12-14 


BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION, ASHEVILLE CIVIC CENTER* 


17 


GA EVENT 


18-21 


FOREIGN MISSION STUDY 


19 


"M" NIGHT 


22 


THANKSGIVING* 


27 


Urban Training Cooperative (Church Extension) 


DECEMBER 


1 


SINGLES OVER 50 


2- 9 


WEEK OF PRAYER FOR FOREIGN MISSIONS* and LOTTIE 




MOON CHRISTMAS OFFERING 


8 


SINGLES 30-50 


10 


MINISTERS' CONFERENCE 


25 


CHRISTMAS* 



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JANUARY 1985 



1 


NEW YEAR'S DAY 


5 


SINGLES OVER 50 


5 


Home Mission Teacher Training (Regional) 


7-11 


BIBLE STUDY WEEK 


11-12 


Associational Church Training Teams (Enablers), Caraway 


12 


SINGLES 30-50 


13 


WITNESS COMMITMENT DAY* 


14 


MINISTERS' CONFERENCE 


18-19 


Lay Witness Meeting, Caraway 


21-25 


Sunday School Effective Workshops Tour 


22 


Church Building Planning Conference, Rocky Mount 


27 


BAPTIST MEN'S DAY* 


28 


WMU COUNCIL MEETING 


FEBRUARY 1985 


1 


ADULT CHOIR FESTIVAL 


2 


SINGLES OVER 50 


2 


TACMO 


3 


BAPTIST WORLD ALLIANCE SUNDAY 


4- 5 


Statewide Evangelism Conference, Greensboro 


7 


SENIOR ADULTS 


8- 9 


Medical Missions Conference, Caraway 


9 


CRUSADER CAR COMPETITION 


9 


SINGLES 30-50 


10 


RACE RELATIONS SUNDAY* 


10-16 


WMU FOCUS WEEK* 


11 


MINISTERS' CONFERENCE 


11 


CHURCH TRAINING EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING 


11-12 


Urban Awareness Seminar, Raleigh 


12 


BAPTIST YOUNG WOMEN'S BANQUET 


14 


Doctrinal Seminary, FBC, Raleigh 


15-16 


Youth Handbell Festivals 


17 


BAPTIST SEMINARIES, COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS DAY* 


17-20 


HOME MISSION STUDY 


18 


New Work Awareness & Skills Conference (Church Extension) 


18-21 


Continuing Witness Training Seminar 


19 


BOARD MEETING 


21 


PARENTING IN THE '80s 


22-23 


Adult Handbell Festival 


22-24 


High School Seniors Retreat, Caraway 


23 


Acteens Come Together (Meredith College), Junior High's 


28 


VBS Clinics, Caraway (Associational Teams) 


MARCH 1985 


1- 2 


Sectional RA Basketball Playoffs 


1- 2 


Statewide Church Planting/Church Growth Conference, Charlotte 


1- 3 


RA Counselor Campcraft Training, Caraway 


2 


SINGLES OVER 50 



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3- 10 WEEK OF PRAYER FOR HOME MISSIONS* and ANNIE 
ARMSTRONG EASTER OFFERING 

4- 7 Continuing Witness Training Seminar 
4- 8 MasterLife Seminar, Caraway 

8- 9 Langage Missions Conference, Caraway 

8- 9 WEE Workshop 

8- 9 Youth Choir/Instrumental Festivals, Wake Forest University 

8-10 RA Counselor Backpack Training, Caraway 

9 SINGLES 30-50 

9 Regional RA Basketball Playoffs 

10 HOMES MISSIONS DAY IN SUNDAY SCHOOL 

10- 17 YOUTH WEEK * 

11 MINISTERS' CONFERENCE 

12 SUNDAY SCHOOL TRAINING CLINIC, YATES 

14- 17 Assoc. Coordinators Training Conference, "Good News, America" 

15- 16 STATE WMU MEETING, WINSTON-SALEM* 
16 ASSOCIATIONAL BAPTIST YOUTH NIGHT* 

18-19 Regional Adult Choir Festivals 

18-19 Planned Growth in Giving State Conference, Caraway 

18-21 Continuing Witness Training Seminar 

18-21 Urban Training Cooperative 

19 PASTOR/DEACONS WORKSHOP, CALVARY 

21- 23 Planned Growth in Giving State Conference, Caraway 

22- 23 Statewide Pioneer RA Congress 
22-23 WEE Workshop 

23 YATES ASSOC. HISTORY OF WMU MEETING (alternate date) 

24 START-A-CHURCH COMMITMENT DAY 

25-27 Planned Growth in Giving State Conference, Caraway 

29-31 BSU Spring Conference, Caraway 

30 YATES ASSOCIATION HISTORY OF WMU MEETING 

APRIL 1985 

1- 3 Planned Growth in Giving State Conference 
4- 6 Planned Growth in Giving State Conference 

6 SINGLES OVER 50 

7 EASTER* 

7-1 1 CHURCH TRAINING LEADERSHIP - RUTH PRINCE VISITATION 

11- 13 Planned Growth in Giving State Conference 

11- 13 Volunteer Youth Ministers , Caraway 

12- 13 Seminar for Mission Volunteers, Mundo Vista 
12-14 RA Counselor Campcraft Training 

13 RA TRACK MEET 
13 SINGLES 30-50 
15 MINISTERS' CONFERENCE 
15 New Work Awareness & Skills Conference 

15-17 NC Baptist Music Conference, Caraway 
Continuing Witness Training Seminar 
JEWISH FELLOWSHIP WEEK 
WMU ANNUAL MEETING - ANGIER AVENUE 
Church Building Conference, High Point 
Lad-Dad Overnight Camp (grades 1-3), Caraway 

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19-20 


Media Conference, Caraway 


19-20 


State Acteens Convention, Ridgecrest 


19-21 


Family Camping Weekend 


21 


COOPERATIVE PROGRAM DAY* 


22 


WMU COUNCIL MEETING 


22-24 


Planned Growth in Giving Conference 


22-25 


Disciple/Youth Seminar, Caraway 


22-26 


BAPTIST DOCTRINE STUDY 


26 


CHILDREN'S CHOIR WORKERS TRAINING 


26 


Single Adult Evangelism Conference, Caraway 


26-27 


Crusader Overnight Camp (grades 1-6), Ridgecrest 


26-28 


Family Camping Weekend 


27 


RA TRACK MEET (Rain Date) 


27 


Interfaith Equipping Seminar, Caraway 


28 


LIFE COMMITMENT SUNDAY 


29-30 


Music Reading Clinics 



MAY 1985 

1-3 Senior Adult Conference 

1-Sept. 30 Continuing Emphasis on Prayer - "Good News, America & People 
Search Preparation & Training 

3 SPRING ADULT CHOIR PRAISING 

4 TACMO 

4 SINGLES OVER 50 

4 ACTEENS STUDIACT BANQUET 

4 Girls in Action Super Saturday (6th graders) 

5 SENIOR ADULT DAY 
5-12 CHRISTIAN HOME WEEK 

6 CHURCH TRAINING EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING 

6 CHILDREN'S & YOUTH TOURNAMENTS (Bible Drill & Speakers), 

BETHESDA 

7 VBS CLINIC - HOLLOWAY STREET CHURCH 
9 SENIOR ADULTS 

10-11 Area Tournaments at Asheboro, FBC, Children and Youth 

10-11 Young Baptist Women Retreat 

11 SINGLES 30-50 

12 MOTHER'S DAY 

13 MINISTERS' CONFERENCE 

13-15 KEY LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE* 

13-15 Senior Adult Conference, Caraway 

17-18 State RA Track Meet 

17-19 Deaf Youth Retreat, Caraway 

17-19 Teachers & Interpreters Conference, Caraway 

19 BAPTIST RADIO & TELEVISION SUNDAY 

20 BROTHERHOOD ANNUAL PLANNING MEETING 
20-26 ASSOCIATIONAL EMPHASIS WEEK* 

21 BOARD MEETING 

25 State Bible Drill/Speakers' Tournament, FBC, Asheboro 

25 Acteen Come Together (Junior High), Gardner- Webb College 

30- June 1 Planned Growth in Giving State Conference, Caraway 

31 - June 1 Mission Friends Leader/Baptist Young Women Retreat, Mundo Vista 

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JUNE 1985 


1 


SINGLES OVER 50 


2 


WORLD HUNGER MONTH 


2 


RELIGIOUS LIBERTY SUNDAY 


3 


New Work Awareness & Skills Conference 


3- 5 


Planned Growth in Giving State Conference, Caraway & Campbell 


4-14 


WMU Mission Bus Tour 


7- 8 


Correctional Ministries Conference, Caraway 


7- 8 


RA Counselor Canoe Trip 


8 


SINGLES 30-50 


9-10 


WMU ANNUAL MEETING, DALLAS TEXAS 


; 11-13 


SOUTHERN BAPTIST CONVENTION, DALLAS, TEXAS 


1 13-19 


Music Leadership Conference, Ridgecrest 


16 


FATHER'S DAY 


! 17 


MINISTERS' CONFERENCE 


17-21 


GA Camp, Mundo Vista 


21-23 


Couples in Missions Retreat 


23 


ANNUITY SUNDAY 


1 25 


GA DAY CAMP, YATES CAMPGROUND 


27 


GA DAY CAMP, (alternate date) 


30 


CHRISTIAN CITIZENSHIP SUNDAY 


JULY 1985 


1 


Deadline for church participation commitment to "Good News, 




America" 


4 


INDEPENDENCE DAY 


6 


SINGLES OVER 50 


10-13 


Youth Evangelism: Super Summer '85 


12 


YOUTH EVANGELISTIC CRUSADE, GREENSBORO COLISEUM* 


13 


SINGLES 30-50 


14 


CHRISTIAN LITERATURE DAY 


16 


BOARD MEETING (tentative) 


19-20 


Bivocational Ministers' Conference, Caraway 


22 


WMU COUNCIL MEETING 


29-31 


Ministers' Wives' Retreat 


AUGUST 1985 


1- 2 


Assoc. WMU Officers' Workshop, Caraway 


2- 3 


Assoc. WMU Officers' Workshop, Caraway 


3 


SINGLES OVER 50 


3 


TACMO 


4 


DAY OF PRAYER FOR WORLD PEACE* 


5 


Sunday School Mini- Week I, Caraway 


8 


SENIOR ADULTS 


8-10 


Sunday School Mini- Week II, Caraway 


10 


SINGLES 30-50 


11 


LANGUAGE MISSIONS DAY 


16-17 


Lay Witness Annual Meeting, Caraway 


18-24 


WMU Week, Ridgecrest 


18-25 


CHURCH MUSIC GROWTH WEEK 



19-21 Happiness Retreat, Caraway 



24 Foreign Mission Study Seminar 

26 CHILDREN'S CHOIR WORKERS TRAINING 

29-31 Church Training Mini-Conference, Caraway 

SEPTEMBER 1985 

1- 7 BROTHERHOOD LEADERSHIP WEEK 

2 LABOR DAY 

3 BOARD MEETING (tentative) 

6- 7 Baptist Young Women Convention, Caswell 

6- 7 Youth Council Retreat I, Caraway 

7 SINGLES OVER 50 

8 SINGLE ADULT DAY 

9 CHURCH TRAINING EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING 

9 MINISTERS' CONFERENCE 

9, 10, 12 Church Training Adult Workshops 

10 ASSOCIATIONAL SUNDAY SCHOOL LEADERSHIP NIGHT 
13-14 Areawide Deacons' Conference, Caswell 

13-14 GA Retreat, Mundo Vista 

13-14 Volunteer Music Directors' Retreat, Caraway 

13-14 Youth Council Retreat II, Caraway 

14 SINGLES 30-50 

15 NORTH CAROLINA MISSIONS OFFERING IN THE CHURCHES* 

15- 17 Regional Brotherhood Workshops & Assoc. Missions Education 

Dialogues 

16- 19 Area Church Training Children's Bible Skills Rallies 
17 RA/BAPTIST MEN'S TRAINING WORKSHOP 

19- 21 NC Regional Conference on Prayer for Spiritual Awakening, Caraway 

20- 21 Missions Project Retreat, Caraway 

20-21 S.S. Leadership Conference, (all age group training), Ridgecrest 

21 WMU LEADERSHIP WORKSHOP, RIDGECREST CHURCH 

23-25 Mission Friends Leader Training Project 

27-28 S.S. Leadership Conference (all age group training), Caraway 

27-29 Fall Convention, Ridgecrest - Youth and Campus 

27-29 RA Counselor's Backpack Training, Caraway 

29- Oct. 6 SUNDAY SCHOOL PREPARATION WEEK 

30- Oct. 2 Lay Evangelism School Certification, Caraway 

OCTOBER 1985 

1- 31 Conduct People Search for "Good News, America" 

2- 4 Chaplains/ Wives' Retreat, Caraway 

2- 4 Lay Evangelism School Certification, Caraway 

4- 5 Assoc. Acteens Council Training, Mundo Vista 

4- 5 Lad-Dad Overnight Camp (grades 1-3), Caraway 

4- 5 Literacy Missions Retreat, Caraway 

4- 6 RA Counselor Campcraft Training, Caraway 

5 SINGLES OVER 50 

11-12 Assoc. Acteens Council Training, Ridgecrest 

11-12 Baptist Women Career Women's Retreat, Ridgecrest 

11-12 Crusader Overnight Camp, Caraway (grades 1-6) 

11-12 Volunteer Music Directors' Retreat, Caraway 



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j 1-13 Family Camping Weekend, Caraway 

12 SINGLES 30-50 

1 3 GA ACTEENS RALLY 

14 MINISTERS' CONFERENCE 
4-16 Senior Adult Retreat, Caraway 

15 BOARD MEETING 

16 Regional Evangelism Conference, Raleigh 
6-18 Senior Adult Retreat, Caraway 

8- 19 Areawide Deacons' Conference, Caraway 
j 19 YOUTH CHOIR MINISTRY 

9- 20 RA/Pioneer Officers-Counselors Workshop 

0- 26 Evangelistic Prospect Discovery "Good News, America" 

1- 25 Youth Ministry Wide Area Conference 

;5-26 Acteens ComeTogether (Jr. Highs), Mars Hill College 

J8-29 ANNUAL MEETING 

NOVEMBER 1985 



2 


SINGLES OVER 50 


3-10 


ROYAL AMBASSADOR WEEK* 


4 


BAPTIST WOMEN'S WORLD DAY OF PRAYER 


4- 6 


Church Secretaries' Conference 


9 


SINGLES 30-50 


9-10 


NC Baptist Men's Convention 


1-13 


NC BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION, CHARLOTTE* 


5-17 


PACT BLITZ 


17 


AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY DAY 


7-20 


FOREIGN MISSION STUDY 


18 


MINISTERS' CONFERENCE 


18 


Churches in Transition Conference 


8-19 


Big A Club Clinic, Caraway 


25 


"M" NIGHT - CHURCH TRAINING* 


28 


THANKSGIVING DAY* 



)ECEMBER 1985 

1- 8 WEEK OF PRAYER FOR FOREIGN MISSIONS and LOTTIE MOON 
CHRISTMAS OFFERING* 

7 SINGLES OVER 50 

8 FOREIGN MISSIONS DAY IN SUNDAY SCHOOL 

9 MINISTERS' CONFERENCE 
14 SINGLES 30-50 

25 CHRISTMAS DAY* 

K)OD NEWS, AMERICA - March 23-30, 1986 



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Constitution 



Revised 1983 

ARTICLE I. NAME 

This body shall be known as the Yates Baptist Association of North Carolina. 

ARTICLE II. PURPOSE 

The purpose of this Association shall be to provide a convenient and orderly mean 
for the extension of the ministry of the cooperating Baptist churches in Durham Count] 
and adjacent territories which support the programs of the Baptist State Convention an 
the Southern Baptist Convention. 

ARTICLE III. ARTICLES OF FAITH 

The confession of faith of this Association shall be the "Baptist Faith and Message 1 
with its five-point statement of the historic Baptist conception of the nature and fun< 
tion of confessions of faith in our religious and denominational life as adopted by th 
Southern Baptist Convention in 1963 at Kansas City. 

(Five-Point Statement from "The Baptist Faith and Message") 

(1) That they constitute a concensus of opinion of some Baptist body, large or small 
for the general instruction and guidance of our own people and others concerning thosjj 
articles of the Christian faith which are most surely held among us. They are not ii| 
tended to add anything to the simple conditions of the salvation revealed in the Ne 
Testament, viz, repentance towards God and faith in Jesus Christ as Savior and Lon; 

(2) That we do not regard them as complete statements of our faith, having any qualj 
ty of finality of infallibility. As in the past, so in the future Baptists should hoi 
themselves free to revise their statements of faith as may seem to them wise and expj 
dient at any time. 

(3) That any group of Baptists, large or small, have the inherent right to draw up ftj 
themselves and publish to the world a confession of their faith whenever they may thir 
it advisable to do so. 

(4) That the sole authority for faith and practice among Baptists is the Scriptures < 
the Old and New Testaments. Confessions are only guides in interpretation, having r 
authority over the conscience. 

(5) That they are statements of religious convictions, drawn from the Scriptures, ari 
are not to be used to hamper freedom of thought or investigation in other realms of lif \ 

ARTICLE IV. MEMBERSHIP 

Section 1 . This Association in session shall be composed of duly elected messengej 
from cooperating Baptist churches in Durham County and adjacent territories and tl 
regular elected officers of the Association and members of the Associational Boai 
which are in agreement with the purpose as stated in Article II. When not in session tr i 
Association shall be comprised of its member churches which shall elect members to tl I 
Associational Board in accordance to Article X. 

Section 2. Each church shall be represented at the annual meeting of the Associatic 
and at any special meeting during the year by messengers who shall be duly elected in tl \ 
following ratio: 

(1) Three for the first hundred members or fraction thereof, and one for each adc 
tional hundred or fraction thereof, provided that the total number of messengei 
shall not exceed ten. i 7 



(2) All pastors of churches of the Association shall be recognized as messengers, in 
addition to those specified above. 

Section 3. Only individuals who are baptized (immersed) believers and members of 
churches of this Association shall be seated as voting messengers at any Associational 
meeting. 

Section 4. Churches seeking to seat messengers in the Association shall apply to the 
Missions Committee prior to the annual meeting of the Association, giving evidence of 
jtheir faith and order and their agreement to be received under watchcare of the Associa- 
r jtion. Upon recommendation of the committee and approval of the Association by a 
f two-thirds majority of the members present and voting, the church or churches shall be 
f received under the watchcare of the Association for a period of one year. It is 
(understood that during the period of watchcare of the Association such churches will be 
accorded all the services of the Association and all its privileges with the exception of the 
right to seat voting messengers and to voting representation on the Associational Board. 
t At the end of the year of watchcare, the church or churches may, by a two-thirds vote of 
t i^he Association, be received into full fellowship of the Association or continue under 
t s watchcare or have the request for fellowship rejected. Upon admission to full 
fellowship, the church or churches shall be authorized to seat duly elected messengers 
with voting privileges and voting members on the Associational Board. 

Section 5. The Association shall have the power, upon giving notice of nine months 
iland by two-thirds majority vote of messengers present and voting, to withdraw fellow- 
ship from any church that shall willfully depart from orthodox principles of the Chris- 
tian religion as taught in the Bible and as believed by Baptists or that fails to represent 
f^tself either by messenger or letter at the annual session of the Association without suffi- 
rtjcient reason, or that fails to support causes fostered by the denomination at large and of 
i^this Association in particular, or that ceases to be missionary in practice. 
1 Section 6. Any church may decline to send messengers to the Association at its pleas- 
xtire. Whenever this constitutes a withdrawal of fellowship on the part of the church, the 
! Association shall not as a body, or through a representative or representatives, seek to 
feirestrain by coercion or law the withdrawal action of the church. 

ARTICLE V. POWERS AND PREROGATIVES 

o| The Association, when convened in meeting, shall sit as advisory council, and shall 
iave no power to infringe on any of the internal rights of the churches; it may advise 
[with cooperating churches and recommend measures of usefulness for their adoption, 
fljand may claim for itself, its objects, and its recommendations the highest consideration, 
ifion. 

ARTICLE VI. ANNUAL REPORTS OF THE CHURCHES 

i Each cooperating church shall send annually to the Association a report on the Asso- 
rt riational Letter which is provided. Only persons who have been baptized by immersion 
if may be reported as members on these reports. Said report should reach the Associa- 
itional Clerk at least 10 days prior to the annual meeting. 

ARTICLE VII. MEETINGS 

fl Section 1. The Association shall convene annually during the week after the fourth 
tlfeunday in October, and may meet with different churches on the two successive days. 

Section 2. The time of the annual meeting may be changed, or special meetings called 
my the Associational Board upon two weeks notice to the cooperating churches. 



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ARTICLE VIII. FISCAL YEAR 



The fiscal year of the Association shall begin on January first and end on December' 
thirty-first of each year. 



Section 1 . The officers of the Association shall be a Moderator, Vice Moderator, 
Clerk, Treasurer, Parliamentarian, and such others as may be authorized by the 
Association. 

Section 2. All officers shall be members of a church affiliated with the Association, f 

Section 3. Only persons who have been baptized by immersion shall hold any posi- 
tion within the Associational organization. 

Section 4. The officers shall be elected at the annual meeting of the Association, and ! 
these shall assume their duties at the close of the annual meeting during which they are 
elected and continue until their successors are elected and installed, unless removed for ; 
cause. Any officer may be elected to succeed himself, except that the Moderator may* 
not serve more than two years in succession. 

Section 5. The Moderator shall preside over the annual meeting of the Association 
and begin each session punctually. He shall appoint such committees as may be author- 
ized by the Constitution, or the Association, enforce the rules, preserve order, and exer- 
cise all prerogatives of a presiding officer according to parliamentary usage, and serve as 
chairman of the Associational Board, and ex officio member of all standing commit- 
tees. 

Section 6. The Vice Moderator shall discharge the duties of the Moderator in his 
absence. 

Section 7. The Clerk shall keep a record of the proceedings of the Association, super- 
intend the printing and distribution of the Minutes, keep on file the printed Minutes and 
other important papers of the Association. He shall act as secretary of the Associational! 
Board. The Clerk shall be entitled to compensation which shall be fixed by the Associa-i 
tion. He shall obtain and edit the histories of two churches each year to be included in 
the Minutes, and shall maintain an up-to-date history of the Association. 

Section 8. The Treasurer shall receive all monies contributed to the Association, and 
shall make disbursements as authorized by the Association and/or the Associational 
Board and shall make regular reports to the Associational Board and an annual report 
to the Association. 

Section 9. The Parliamentarian shall advise the Moderator on matters of rules or 
order and procedure at the annual sessons and Associational Board meetings. 

Section 10. There shall be three trustees, one elected each year for a three-year term, 
who shall be the representatives of the Association in legal matters, and shall perform 
such other duties as the Association or the Associational Board may prescribe. 



the Sunday School, Church Training, Woman's Missionary Union, Brotherhood,, 
Music Council, The Associational Church Media Organization, the Chairmen of the 
Standing Committees, the Director of Missions, each active pastor and two lay members!! ' 4 
elected from each member church. The names of the lay members shall be duly certified ; 
by notifying the Associational Clerk. 

Section 2. The Associational Board shall act for the Association in the interim be- J 
tween the annual sessions. It shall carry out the policies and will of the Association as so ( 



ARTICLE IX. OFFICERS AND THEIR DUTIES 




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^pressed. It shall meet as often as it may elect for the effectual performance of its 
uties. It shall have the power to fill vacancies among the officers, committees, and 
rganizational workers of the Association and committees of the Associational Board 
iiat may occur during the year. It shall make a full and complete report of its work at 
^ch annual meeting of the Association. 

J Section 3. The Associational Board shall have an Executive Committee composed of 
lie officers, Directors of Brotherhood, Sunday School, Church Training, Woman's 
jlissionary Union, Music Council, and The Associational Church Media Organization, 
lie Chairmen of Calendar, Camp, Community Ministries, Evangelism, Finance, and 
rfcssions Committee, two pastors elected at large, and the Director of Missions. 
13 This committee shall meet periodically between sessions of the Associational Board, 
I fork to correlate the activities and emphases of the various groups, interpret policy as 
ceded by the Director of Missions, and strive for a smooth operation of the Associa- 
tional Program. 

fj This committee shall employ, with the approval of th Board of the Association, a 
director of Missions and shall exercise general supervision of his work. The committee 
lllall perform such other duties and services as the Board or Association may direct. 

Bylaws 

ARTICLE I. COMMITTEES AND THEIR DUTIES 

The Association shall have the standing committees listed below, along with any other 
jpmmittees authorized by the Association or the Associational Board. These committees 
liall begin their duties at the close of the Annual Meeting, and shall make reports to the 
rl'ork to the Associational Board and/or to the Association. Members of the committees 
pall be selected from the membership of those churches cooperating with the Associa- 
jon. 

| Members of standing committees shall serve a term of three years. To institute a 
V/stem of rotation and provide for a continuing committee, at the 1976 session, one 
riember of each three-member committee shall be elected for one year, one member for 
I ivo years, one member for three years, and thereafter each committee member shall be 
\ lected to serve for three years. In case of five-member committees, at the 1976 session, 
Jne member shall be elected for one year, two members for two years, two members for 
pee years, and thereafter each member shall be elected to serve for three years. In the 
ase of seven-member committees, at the 1976 session, one member shall be elected for 
ne year, three members for two years, three members for three years, and thereafter 
ich member shall be elected to serve for three years. In the case of nine-member com- 
mittees, at the 1976 session, three members shall be elected for one year, three members 
nr two years, three members for three years, and thereafter each member shall be 
lected to serve for three years. 

| The Moderator and the Director of Missions shall be ex officio members of all stand- 
ing committees. 

I! Section 1. THE ANNUAL MEETING COMMITTEE shall be composed of three 
^embers whose duty it shall be to arrange the program for the annual meeting of the 
association. 

Ij Section 2. THE CALENDAR COMMITTEE shall be composed of three members 
dth the Sunday School Director, the Church Training Director, the Brotherhood Direc- 

jj>r, the Woman's Missionary Union Director, the Music Council Director, and the 
president of the Ministers' Conference, serving as advisory members. It shall be the duty 

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of this committee to plan and recommend to the annual session of the Association 
program of activities for the coming year. 

Section 3. THE CAMP COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven members who? j 
duty it shall be to direct the development and use of the property with the advice anil 
consent of the Associational Board. 

Section 4. THE CHRISTIAN LIFE COMMITTEE shall be composed of fhl 
members whose duty it shall be to propose ways in which the Association, i 
cooperating churches and individual Christians may work for the promotion of civ] 
righteousness and social uplift, and to provide educational opportunities for keeping oil 
people informed in these areas. 

Section 5. THE COMMUNITY MINISTRIES COMMITTEE shall be composed c 
nine members, including representatives of the Associational Baptist Women's and Ba] 
tist Men's organizations, whose duty it shall be to identify needs in the Association sud 
as non-readers, alcoholics, drug abusers, youth in trouble, unwed mothers, the physical 
ly handicapped, the poverty stricken, prisoners and probationers, emotionally disturb 
ed, and senior citizens, to encourage churches to provide ministries to meet the needs ( 
the total person; to enlist and offer training for those with interest in these areas; ari 
lead the churches cooperatively to specific areas when wise and possible. 

Section 6. THE CONSTITUTION COMMITTEE shall be composed of fi< 
members whose duty it shall be to study and recommend changes in the Constitute 
and bring reports as necessary to the Association. 

Section 7. THE DEACONS' COMMITTEE shall be composed of five membe 
whose duty it shall be to plan and carry out meetings and activities for the informatic) 
and inspiration of deacons. 

Section 8. THE EVANGELISM COMMITTEE shall be composed of five membe 
whose duty its shall be to encourage evangelism in the churches, including the enlistme| 
and training of laymen in witnessing, to initiate and carry out Association evangelism e 
forts, to cooperate with area crusades when feasible, and to utilize the full resources i 
the Association by coordinating its efforts with other Association committees arl 
organizations in their evangelistic outreach knowing that Christ saves the whole man 
a whole life of discipleship. 

Section 9. THE FINANCE COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven membeij 
one of whom shall be the Treasurer. The other six members of the committee shall ] 
elected for a term of three years with two members each year on a rotating basis. 

This committee shall present a tentative budget at the annual meeting, representing 
definite budget at the February Board meeting and devise plans for raising the budget, 
shall also review applications from churches for State Missions funds for presentation 
the Associational Board. 

Section 10. THE FUTURE DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE shall be composed 
five members whose duty it shall be to study the Associational program, as to 
strengths and weaknesses, its priorities and effectiveness, its organizational structu 
and in the light of its purpose to make recommendations as feasible for the ii 
provements and strengthening of said program. 

Section 11. THE INSTITUTION COMMITTEE shall be composed of five membe 
whose duty it shall be to assist and encourage the churches in keeping their people i i f 
formed, and adequately supporting financially our North Carolina Baptist Homes f i 
the Aging, Children's Homes, Hospital, and Colleges. 

Section 12. THE INTER-FAITH WITNESS COMMITTEE shall be composed : t 
five members whose duty it shall be to assist tne churches in becoming better inform I j 
as to the beliefs, attitudes, customs of the sects and Catholicism and the world no- 

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ii Christian religions, especially Judaism and to foster a better relationship with adherents 
|of these groups. 

I Section 13. THE MISSIONS COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven members, 
whose duty it shall be to obtain information which can be utilized by the churches and 
} the Association, to ascertain the need of new churches and missions with the boundaries 
I of the Association, to recommend to the Association or the Association^ Board the 
^location of sites and purchasing of lots for such churches or missions, and to assist the 
((organization of such churches as might be authorized and to review for the Finance 
^Committee applications from churches for State Missions funds. It shall be the duty of 
I this committee to study the applications of churches seeking admission into the Associa- 
i tion and to make recommendations regarding the same. 

1 Section 14. THE NOMINATIONS COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven 
|imembers, whose duty it shall be to present nominations to the Association for all 
^general officers and committeemen (except the Director of Missions as heretofore pro- 
i'vided). 

1 This committee shall also be responsible for forwarding to the Board for approval 
land to the Association for election, the officers of Brotherhood, Sunday School, 
i|Woman's Missionary Union, Church Training, Music Council, and Library organiza- 
tions (TACMO). This committee will receive from the six organizational committees 
land present for approval at the February Board meeting the names of nominees for 
[leadership. 

1 Following the same procedure, the remaining officers of the six organizations shall be 
^presented for approval to the May Board meeting. The names of all general organiza- 
tional officers shall be presented to the Association for election. 
1 It shall also present nominations to the Associational Board to fill any vacancy in the 
ioffices for which it nominates to the Association. 

1 Section 15. THE ORDINATIONS COMMITTEE shall be composed of five 
kmembers who shall act in an advisory capacity for churches or for ministerial students 
iseeking counsel concerning ordination. The committee shall assist in the examination of 
icandidates for the ministry only after their call to some specific position in Christian ser- 
fjvice, and shall refrain from announcing the date for ordination until after approval of 
fjthe candidate. 

1 Section 16. THE PERSONNEL COMMITTEE shall be composed of three members 
||elected for a three-year term with one member rotating off the committee each year. It 
fjjshall be the duty of this committee to suggest policies relating to holidays, sick leave, 
^vacation, and other benefits for all paid employees. They shall prepare and update as 
ijnecessary job descriptions for all staff personnel. In full cooperation with the Director 

of Missions, recruit, interview, and recommend to the Executive Committee employ- 
Jinent of all new staff personnel. Before June of each year have had at least one evalua- 
tion session with each employee in line with Job Description, and hear suggestons from 
ikhc employee for improving the work or relationships which have already been discuss- 
ired. Develop and recommend salaries and benefits for employed staff personnel to the 

(Executive Committee to recommend to the Finance Committee. Develop and recom- 
mend to the Executive Committee policies and procedures for paid and volunteer staff 
ijpersonnel administration. 

f Section 17. THE PLACE AND PREACHER COMMITTEE shall be composed of 
three members, whose duty it shall be to receive or solicit invitations for the place of 
imeeting of the annual session for the following year, and to recommend to the Associa- 
tion in annual session, a place or places of meeting, along with a preacher and alternate 
)for the sermon, for the following year. 

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Section 18. THE RADIO AND TELEVISION COMMITTEE shall be composed of 
three members whose duty it shall be to work with local stations in the securing of time, 
to promote programs of religious and denominational interest, and to encourage the 
churches to use the media of radio and television. 

Section 19. THE RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE shall be composed of three 
members, whose duty it shall be to study all resolutions referred to it by the Association 
or the Associational Board, and report suitable resolutions at the annual meeting. 

Section 20. THE STEWARDSHIP COMMITTEE shall be composed of three i 
members, whose duty it shall be to encourage and stimulate when possible the offerings 
from the individuals churches to State, Home, Foreign Missions as well as the 
Cooperative Program, to urge the churches to undergird their church staff members I 
through the Annuity Board retirement plans, to promote tithing by individual church: 
mebers, and to encourage the members of the churches to be Christian stewards of their 
possessions after death through wills and and bequests to denominational objects. 

Section 21. THE STUDENT WORK COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven! 
members, with the chaplains of educational institutions in the Association area acting in 
an advisory capacity, whose duty it shall be to cooperate with and promote the work of 
the Baptist Student Program in the several institutions within the area of the Association 
and to encourage the ministry of the churches to students. 

Section 22. THE YOUTH ADVISORY COMMITTEE shall be composed of at least 
five members, normally church youth directors, whose duty it shall be to provide or 
sponsor periodic events or emphases for and/or with the youth of our churches. 

Section 23. THE AUDIT COMMITTEE shall be composed of three members who; 
shall be responsible for the auditing of the Treasurer's records and the presentation of 
an annual auditor's report to the Association. The Audit Committee need not perform! 
the audit themselves but may arrange for the audit by professionally trained accoun- 
tants. The members of the committee shall be elected each year on a rotating basis. 

ARTICLE II. TRUSTEES OF YATES VILLAGE, INC. 

Section 1. The Yates Baptist Association shall elect nine trustees of Yates, Inc., foij 
terms of three years. At each regular annual meeting of the Association, one-third of the 
Board of Trustees of Yates Village will be elected by the Association to succeed the 
members retiring beginning in 1984. 

Section 2. The trustees shall operate Yates Village in accordance with Baptist prin- 
ciples and the intention of Yates Baptist Association. The original charter and articles oil i 
incorporation shall be approved by the Association in session. Any subsequent change! 
in the charter which would affect, alter or change the purpose of Yates Village or the* { 
relationship of Yates Village or its trustees to the Association shall have the prior ap j j 
proval of the Association. No program shall be begun which might involve the Associaj 5 
tion directly or indirectly in a debt without the prior approval of the Association. I j 

Section 3. The Board of Trustees shall have the power to make bylaws and regula » 
tions not inconsistent with the laws of the state or of this charter for the discharge of it! ? 
functions and for the government of said corporation. 

Section 4. The trustees of Yates Village shall be members of churches cooperating j 
with the Yates Baptist Association and shall live in the area served by the Association | f 
The Board of Trustees should consist of both men and women with persons having 1 1 
areas of expertise in the following categories: real estate, financial planning/banking L 
building, medicine, geriatrics, and public relations. A pastor and two senior adult 1 
should also be represented on the board. 



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I Secton 5. If for any reason a trustee shall cease to be a member of a church 
i ooperating with the Association or shall remove his residence from the area so as to im- 
e, ede his service as a trustee, his trusteeship shall be thereby terminated. Any vacancy on 
it le Board of Trustees shall be filled by the Executive Committee of the Yates Baptist 

association until the next regular annual meeting of the Association. 

* | Section 6. The Association shall have the right to remove any trustee for cause con- 
>d idered sufficient by the Association; but only after reasonable notice to such trustee and 

Ipportunity for him to be heard by the Association. Such action may be initiated by the 

* tustees of Yates Village or by a member of a church cooperating with the Association. 
SM Section 7. The trustees of Yates Village shall be elected by the Association at its an- 
k lual meeting after receiving nominations from a committee composed of the following: 
n Moderator, Director of Missions; and the chairmen of the following committees - Mis- 
it ions, Finance, Christian Life, Nominations, and Personnel. This committee may re- 
quest recommendations from cooperating churches and shall consider recommenda- 

|ons received from members of churches cooperating with the Association and from the 
i bard of Trustees of Yates Village. 

inj Section 8. The term of office shall begin on January 1, following election and end on 
)f jpecember 31, following election of a successor. The term of office of a trustee who has 
id lot resigned, died, become disqualified, or been removed shall not expire until his suc- 
cessor shall have been elected by the Association. 

st Section 9. Trustees shall be eligible for re-election to a second term of office. After 
jrpving served two consecutive terms, one may be eligible for election after an absence of 
»ne year from the Board of Trustees. 

io Section 10. The Moderator and Director of Missions of the Yates Baptist Association 
)f hall be ex officio members of the Board of Trustees of Yates Village. 
1 Section 11. The Board of Trustees shall report to the Association at its annual 
meeting regarding operations, finances, and future plans. At the discretion of the 
rustees or upon the request of the Association, additional reports may be made. 
; Section 12. The trustees will meet at least twice a year for dialogue with an Advisory 
Committee (each cooperating church will be asked to elect one member annually to this 
)r;ommittee) of the Association. This committee has no vested power within and of itself 
tfJut may make suggestions or recommendations for trustee consideration. 

ARTICLE III. RULES OF ORDER 

h i The following rules shall govern deliberations in the meetings of the Association and 
jfVssociational Board. 

>e (1) The official transaction of business in all regular meetings of the Association and 
ie\ssociational Board shall be by the affirmative majority vote of members present and 
p-/oting, except in matters relating to the Constitution, or withdrawing fellowship from 
any cooperating church, and of seating messengers from those churches desiring to co- 
operate with the Association. In called meetings of the Association and the Associa- 
a- ional Board a number representing a majority of the cooperating churches shall be 
its necessary to constitute a quorum. 

| (2) A messenger wishing to speak shall rise and address the presiding officer. He shall 
i^onfine himself strictly under the consideration and shall avoid all personalities. No 
d. messenger shall speak more than twice on the same subject without special permission. 
%\ (3) All motions seconded shall be definitely stated by the presiding officer, or at his re- 
quest, read by the Clerk before the vote is taken. 

It! | (4) The order of business of the annual meeting shall be recommended by the Annual 
Meeting Committee as soon as possible during the first session. When adopted this 

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report shall become the program and cannot be changed except by vote of the Assoch 
tion. 

(5) All questions of order shall be decided on the basis of the most recent edition c 
Robert's Rules of Order. 

ARTICLE III. ADVISORY TO THE BOARD 

The members of the State General Board from this Association and the Baptist Sti 
dent Union chaplains of the educational institutions within the area of the Associatio 
shall be invited to sit with the board in an advisory capacity. 

ARTICLE IV. AMENDMENTS 

These Bylaws may be amended by a majority of those present and voting at any ai 
nual meeting of the Association. 



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Proceedings 

of 

YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
Thirty-Sixth Annual Session 
October 29-30, 1984 

oderator: Travis Clements Program Chairman: CarlHerweyer 

ice Moderator: Dewey Kerr Music Director: Hugh O* Shields 

THEME: Churches Reaching All Peoples 

MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 29, 1984 
Yates Baptist Church 
Churches Reaching All People 

45 Singspiration 

00 Mini Concert Dietra Arrington 

1 5 Call to Order Travis Clements 

Annual Committee Meeting Report Carl E. Herweyer 

Hymn 269 - "Stir Thy Church, O God, Our Father" Price 

Greetings C. Ronald Cumbie 

Prayer 

Introduction of Directors of Missions Travis Clements 

25 Recognition of New Pastors & Staff Persons Marvin B. Settle, Jr. 

30 Introduction of Speaker Carl E. Herweyer 

Inspirational Message W. Randall Lolley 

"Reaching People in the Inner City" 

00 Hymn 308 - "People to People' ' Reynolds 

05 Missions Committee Report M. Clay Warf 

Camp Committee Report Ernest Ferrell 

Finance Committee Report Everette J. Smith 

Director of Missions' Report Marvin B. Settle, Jr. 

:25 SHARE 

by Bob Burroughs & Ed Seabough 
Presented by 

The Yates Baptist Association Combined Youth Choir 
Directed by Bob Cook 

:55 Benediction 

Minister of Music: Tedford Reed 
Organist: Gay Trotter 
Pianist: Mary Martha Reed 

TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 30, 1984 
Braggtown Baptist Church 
Churches Reaching All People 

:00 Organ Prelude 

Hymn 33 -"To God Be the Glory" Crosby 

Call to Order Dewey W. Ken- 
Greetings Carl E. Herweyer 

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Prayer 

9: 1 5 Sunday School Report Wallace Fowle 

Church Training Report Nannie Mae Herndo 

W.M.U. Report Dorothy Hick 

Brotherhood Report J. Edwin Couc 

Nominations Committee Report Malbert Smith, Ji 

Place and Preacher Committee Report Lawrence Knot 

Music Council Report E. Hugh O'Shield 

Calendar Committee Report Linwood Te^ 

Evangelism Emory McMillan Bar 

10:00 Miscellaneous Business 

Yates Village Report Fred Herndo 

10:15 Hymn - "Bring Them In" Thomai 

10:20 Baptist State Convention Representative Robert E. Watso 

Reaching All People by Establishing New Churches 
1 1 :05 Yates Baptist Association Combined Senior Adult Choir 

The Ninety and Nine 
Ring the Bells of Heaven 
Directed by Tedford Reed 

Introduction of Speaker Marvin B. Settle, I 

Inspirational Message Paul Adkin 

Churches Reaching People Who Are Senior Adults 
1 1:50 Benediction & Blessing 

Minister of Music: Herbert Gra 
Organist: E. Hugh O'Shield 
Pianist: Beverly McQuarr 

TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 30, 1984 
Parkwood Baptist Church 
Churches Reaching All People 

7:00 Mini Concert Hope Valley Baptist Church Choi 

"The House of God" 
"When the Roll is Called Up Yonder" 
"God is My Shepherd" 
"Fresh Springs" 
"He is Our Peace" 
"They That Wait Upon the Lord" 
Directed by Bruce Benton 

7:15 Call to Order Travis Clemen 

Greetings BillWi 

Prayer 

7:30 Hymn 282 - "Jesus Shall Reign Where'er the Sun" Wati 

Introduction of Speaker Marvin B. Settle, J: 

Anthem - "God Comes in Love" Park View Baptist Church Cho 

Directed by Margie Story 

Annual Sermon Richard T. Dav 

Greatness 
Scripture: Matthew 20:20-28 

Hymn 285 - "Share His Love" Reynok 

Slide Presentation . . rChurches Reaching All Peoples with the Good News 

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Registration 

Resolutions Committee Report . . 
Miscellaneous Business 

Lay Leader Award 

Hymn 288 - "Tell the Good News 
Benediction 



Lois King 

Helen Mumford 



Marvin B. Settle, Jr. 
Bartlett 



9:00 



Minister of Music: Michael Dunnagan 
Organist: Judi Kelly 
Pianist: Deborah Pierce 



Bring Them In 

Hark! 'tis the Shepherd's voice I hear, 
Out in the desert dark and drear, 



Calling the sheep who've gone astray, 
Far from the Shepherd's fold away. 

Refrain 

Who'll go and help this Shepherd kind, 
Help Him the Wand'ring ones to find? 
Who'll bring the lost ones to the fold, 
Where they'll be shelter'd from the cold? 

Refrain 

Out in the desert hear their cry, 
Out on the mountains wild and high; 
Hark! 'tis the Master speaks to thee, 
"Go, find my sheep where'er they be." 

Refrain 

Refrain 

Bring them in, bring them in, 
Bring them in from the fields of sin; 
Bring them in, bring them in, 
Bring the wand'ring ones to Jesus. 

(Hymn in Public Domain) 



j! OUR THANKS to the following churches who provided the luncheon today: Bragg- 
jown, Carrboro, Ebenezer, Grey Stone, Guess Road, Immanuel, Mt. Hermon, Mt. 
[dorian, Rose of Sharon, University, Watts Street, West Durham, and Westwood. 



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Program Participants 




vlrs. Dietra Arrington 



Director of Christian Social Ministries, 



Home Mission Board, SBC 
Layperson, Temple Baptist Church 
. Pastor, Westwood Baptist Church 




Mr. J. Edwin Couch 

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Minister of Music, Hope Valley Baptist Church 



Minister of Music, Cresset Baptist Church 



Layperson, Grey Stone Baptist Church 



Layperson, Cedar Fork Baptist Church 



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Dr. C. Ronald Cumbie Pastor, Yates Baptist Church 

Rev. Richard T. Davis Pastor, Park View Baptist Church 

Mr. Michael Dunnagan Minister of Music, Parkwood Baptist Church 

Rev. Ernest Ferrell Pastor, Bethesda Baptist Church 

Rev. Wallace Fowler Minister of Education, Grey Stone Baptist Church 

Mr. Herbert Gray Minister of Music, Gorman Baptist Church 

Mr. Fred Herndon Layperson, Watts Street Baptist Church 

Miss Nannie Mae Herndon Layperson, Watts Street Baptist Church 

Rev. Carl E. Herweyer Pastor, Braggtown Baptist Church 

Mrs. Dorothy Hicks Layperson, Trinity Baptist Church 

Mrs. Judi Kelly Organist, Hope Valley Baptist Church 

Dr. Dewey H. Kerr Pastor, Hollo way Street Baptist Church 

Miss Lois King Layperson, Mount Hermon Baptist Church 

Rev. Lawrence Knott Layperson, Grace Baptist Church 

Dr. W. Randall Lolley President, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary 

Mrs. Beverly McQuarry Minister of Music/Education, Calvary Baptist Church 

Mrs. Helen Mumford Layperson, Edgemont Baptist Church 

Rev. E. Hugh O'Shields Associate, Music/ Administration, 

Bethesda Baptist Church 

Mrs. Deborah Pierce Pianist, Hope Valley Baptist Church 

Mrs. Mary Martha Reed Pianist, Yates Baptist Church 

Rev. Tedford Reed Minister of Music, Yates Baptist Church 

Rev. Marvin B. Settle, Jr Director of Missions, Yates Baptist Association 

Rev. Everette J. Smith Pastor, Lakewood Baptist Church 

Rev. Malbert Smith, Jr Pastor, Grey Stone Baptist Church 

Mrs. Margie Story Director of Music, Park View Baptist Church 

Mr. Linwood Tew Layperson, West wood Baptist Church 

Mrs. Gay Trotter Organist, Yates Baptist Association 

Dr. M. Clary Warf Pastor, Temple Baptist Church 

Dr. Robert E. Watson Director of Church Extension, 

Baptist State Convention of North Carolina 
Rev. Bill Witt Layperson, Parkwood Baptist Church 



Minutes 

FIRST SESSION 

The first session began with a singspiration, which included singing by the congrega- 
tion of "Share His Love ,, and "Every Moment Every Day." Mr. Tedford Reed led the 
singing; Gay Trotter was the organist and Mary Martha Reed the pianist. 

Rev. Hugh O'Shields, who was in charge of the music for all sessions, announced a 
mini concert by Dietra Arrington of Temple Baptist. Her songs included: "The Lord is 
My Light," "My Tribute," "I Want Jesus to Walk with Me," "Ain't Got Time to 
Die." 

Moderator Travis Clements called the session to order and thanked the Yates Baptist 
Church for hosting .this session. 

Rev. Carl E. Herweyer, chairman of the Annual Meeting Committee, thanked the 
committee, the moderator and Rev. Hugh O'Shields for their help in putting together 
the program for this 36th annual session. He moved that the program be accepted as 

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' printed with two changes on Tuesday morning: time for hymn will be 10:35 and time 
for Robert E. Watson's message will be 10:40. This was seconded and passed. 
The congregation then sang "Stir Thy Church, O God, Our Father." 
Rev. Ronald Cumbie extended a welcome to everyone and an invitation to share in 
refreshments at the end of the meeting. He then led in prayer. 

The moderator introduced Rev. Marvin Settle, director of missions, since this was the 
first Yates associational meeting he had attended, and shared portions of a letter from 
the Richmond Baptist Association praising Rev. Settle very highly. 

Rev. Settle then asked all new pastors and staff members to come forward and in- 
troduce themselves. Those were: Thomas Noyes, associate pastor/minister to youth, 
Mount Hermon; Bryan Chestnutt, pastor, Lystra; Jane Harris, minister of Education, 
University Church, Chapel Hill; Benny Littlejohn, pastor, Guess Road; Ron Benson, 
I staff evangelist, Bethesda; Dan Parker, associate pastor, Homestead Heights; Robert 
; Wortham, director of religious education, Braggtown; Bo Little, youth director, 
| Bethesda. 

Rev. Herweyer introduced Dr. W. Randall Lolley, president of Southeastern 
Theological Seminary, who gave an inspiring and timely message on "Reaching People 
in the Inner City." 

The congregation then sang the hymn, "People to People." 

Rev. Clay Warf, chairman of the Missions Committee, elaborated on the report as 
shown on page 26 of the "Book of Reports." 

Rev. Ernest Ferrell, chairman of the Camp Committee, presented the report of this 
| committee as shown on pages 22-23 of the "Book of Reports" with the following cor- 
rections: 

Objective I — Cost of this item should be approximately $100,000 instead of 

$20,000 as printed. 
The following paragraph should follow: 
Coinciding with the installation of the swimming pool would be the erection 
of three or four shelters for picnics, day camp programs, etc. (These could be 
constructed by Baptist Men's groups.) 

Cost: Approx. $20,000 
Then pick up the report as printed, beginning with "Purpose." 
Rev. Ferrell moved that this report be accepted with the above corrections. Motion 
seconded and carried. 
Rev. Everette Smith, chairman of the Finance Committee, presented the proposed 
; budget for 1985 as shown on pages 46-47 of the "Book of Reports." He advised that 
this proposed budget had been presented and approved by the Executive Committee and 
Board and moved that it be tentatively approved by this group for final approval at the 
February board meeting. This was seconded and passed. 

The Director of Missions Report on pages 34-36 of the "Book of Reports" was 
reviewed by Rev. Settle. He added two items to the list of things to be done in 1985: 

1. March 19, 1985 - Pastor and Deacon Workshop 

2. Hope to begin construction of Yates Village 

The Combined Youth Choir of the Yates Baptist Association presented "SHARE," a 
worship experience for choir and congregation, under the direction of Bob Cook and 
accompanied by Sarah Harvey. This was very well done. 

The moderator again thanked Yates Church for hosting this session and Dr. Charles 
Harris, pastor of First Church, closed this session with prayer. 



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SECOND SESSION 



The morning session at Braggtown Church began with an organ prelude and the con- 
gregation singing "To God Be the Glory." 

Mr. Herbert Gray was the director, Rev. Hugh O'Shields the organist and Mrs. 
Beverly McQuarry the pianist. 

Vice moderator Dewey Kerr called the meeting to order. 

Rev. Carl Herweyer, pastor of the host church, extended greetings and led in prayer. 
Vice moderator Kerr then called for committee reports. 

Wallace Fowler, director of Sunday Schools, moved that the report on page 17 of the 
"Book of Reports " be accepted. This was seconded and passed. 

Miss Nannie Mae Herndon, director of Church Training, moved that the report on 
pages 17-18 of the "Book of Reports' ' be accepted. Motion seconded and passed. Miss 
Herndon advised that it has been 10 years since they had "M" nights and they were 
planning to have another "M" night this year on November 19 at Lowes Grove. 

Mrs. Dorothy Hicks, director of W.M.U., moved that the report on page 19 of the 
"Book of Reports' ' be accepted. Motion seconded and passed. She called attention to 
the list of W.M.U. officers on page 3 and the need for an assistant to the Mission Friend 
director. 

Due to the absence of Edwin Couch, director of Brotherhood, Larry Clark presented 
the report on pages 19-20 of the "Book of Reports." Mr. Clark moved that this report 
be accepted. Motion seconded by Rev. Ernest Ferrell and passed. Further, Mr. Clark 
advised that they planned to pass out "skill" cards to all Sunday School classes and get 
them filled out so they will know the resources available throughout the association. 
They also plan to establish two new Baptist Men groups within the association. 

Rev. Malbert Smith, Jr., chairman of the Nominations Committee, moved that the 
report on pages 1-7 be accepted with the following names added to Yates Village: Doris 
Lindsey, Dr. Clay Warf and Fred Rhodes for three years; O.C. Mitchell for one year; 
and the deletion of Rev. Diane Hill on the Student Work Committee. Motion was 
seconded by Dr. Charles Harris and passed. 

Mrs. Faye Bassett presented the report on the Place and Preacher Committee as 
shown on page 1 of the "Book of Reports," in the absence of Rev. Lawrence Knott. 
Motion was made to accept, seconded and passed. 

Rev. Hugh O'Shields, director of the Music Council, moved that the report on page 
20 be accepted. This was seconded and passed. 

Mr. Linwood Tew moved that the Calendar of Events on pages 8-14 be accepted with 
the addition of an item for February 21 - Parenting in the 80s Conference. Motion 
seconded and accepted. 

Rev. Settle gave the report of the Evangelism Committee as printed on page 25, in the 
absence of Rev. Mac Bare. Rev. Settle emphasized the conference at Yates Church on 
November 2 and 3 on "The Church Unleashed." Motion was made to accept the report, 
seconded and passed. 

At the time for miscellaneous business, Vice Moderator Kerr recognized the following 
representatives of church-supported institutions: 
Ms. Ann Purcell of Meredith College 
Leonard Gerald from Children's. Home 
Rev. Jerry Harper for Chowan Junior College 

They all expressed thanks for the support these institutions receive through the Coop- 
erative Program. Rev. Harper advised that Chowan ranks in the top 10 of the nation's 
junior colleges. 

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The vice moderator then recognized Rev. Settle, director of missions, who reviewed 
the digest of church letters. Rev. Settle also urged that participation in W.M.U. and 
other organizations be increased and moved that 1,000 be baptized by the end of 1986. 
Motion made to accept report, seconded and accepted. 

Rev. Settle discussed the report of the Resolutions Committee, on page 33, instead of 
iMrs. Mumford. He reviewed the motion that was tabled at last year's meeting and ad- 
jvised that the above referenced report had been adopted by the Executive Committee 
and the Board in their respective meetings. Moved and seconded that this resolution be 
adopted. 

Rev. Jerry Harper discussed the meaning of "issue-related" resolutions and requested 
that motion be defeated. 

Rev. Clay Warf also spoke. He said he was not speaking just regarding the resolution 
by Mr. Frazier, but for any resolution. He said we do not need divisiveness in conven- 
tions; also, that resolutions will not do away with bringing something before a meeting. 
Rev. Warf then made a substitute motion ~ that the resolution be amended as follows: 
That item (2) read: 

that the association go on record of not adopting any resolutions; and 
That item (3) read: 
that the Constitution Committee prepare an amendment to the Constitution 
that would prohibit the adoption of any resolutions in the future. 
Rev. Jerry Harper asked if this amendment was accepted would it require an addi- 
tional constitutional amendment to do away with the Resolutions Committee as there 
would be no other need for such a committee. It was pointed that the vote would take 
care of this. Moved and seconded that this amendment to the resolution be adopted. 
Vote carried. 

The vice moderator then read the complete amended report as follows: 

WHEREAS, the Yates Baptist Association Resolutions Committee has 
witnessed the effect on issue-related resolutions at the Southern Baptist Con- 
vention and North Carolina Convention; and 
WHEREAS, these effects are usually negative; and 
WHEREAS, resolutions only speak for those messengers gathered at a 
meeting and do not necessarily represent or have any authority over the local 
church; and 

WHEREAS, we want our association to experience harmony and close 
fellowship in this meeting and future meetings; 

We recommend: 

(1) that the resolutions submitted by A.D. Frazier of Page Road Baptist 
Church, at the Yates Baptist Association Annual Meeting, October 25, 
1983, not be reported out of committee; and 

(2) that the association go on record of not adopting any resolutions; and 

(3) that the Constitution Committee prepare an amendment to the Consti- 
tution that would prohibit the adoption of any resolutions in the 

future. 

Motion to adopt report as amended was accepted. 

Another item of miscellaneous business was the following motion from Rev. Jerry 
Harper. 

"In light of the Biblical call to be good stewards of the resources God has entrusted to 
I jus, and in light of the call to live a simpler lifestyle, and in order to conserve the natural 
resources such as gasoline, electricity and air, and in order to use more wisely the 



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resource of time, I move that our director of missions appoint a committee to study the 
feasibility of having a one-day annual session. This committee to survey other associa- 
tions within and without our state and their report to be mailed out prior to its presenta- 
tion to the association in a board meeting or to this body next year. ,, Motion seconded 
and carried. 

Mr. Fred Herndon, chairman, reviewed the report of the Yates Village as printed on 
pages 30-31 of the "Book of Reports," and announced a revision in the entry refund 
policy, which was an improvement over the original policy. He moved that the report be 
adopted with the supplementary information that was verbally given. Motion seconded 
and carried. 

Rev. Carl Herweyer expressed appreciation to board members who had retired from 
committee and presented plaques to Sidney Booth, R.E. Daughtry, A.B. Stone and 
Frank Ward. 

Mr. Eugene Warwick of the Home Mission Board, who recruits workers for mission 
work, was recognized for a short message. 
Hymn, "Bring Them In" was sung by congregation. 

Rev. Settle introduced Mr. Robert B. Watson, a representative from the Baptist State 
Convention, who spoke on "Reaching All People by Establishing New Churches." 

Before Mr. Watson spoke, Rev. Settle presented a certificate from the Home Mission 
Board to Dr. Tommy Jordan on behalf of Red Mountain Church for establishing the 
Bahama Mission. He also asked all members present from the Red Mountain Church 
to come forward for introduction. 

The Combined Senior Adult Choir sang "The Ninety and Nine" and "Ring the Bells 
of Heaven," directed by Tedford Reed. 

Director Settle then introduced Dr. Paul Adkins who spoke on "Churches Reaching 
People Who Are Senior Adults." 

R$v. Herweyer invited everyone to stay for the luncheon that had been prepared and 
gave directions for reaching the fellowship hall. 

Dr. Jesse Croom of Carrboro Baptist gave the benediction and blessing and the 
meeting adjourned about 12 noon. 

THIRD SESSION 

The last session began with the choir of Hope Valley Church singing "The House ol 
God," "When the Roll is Called Up Yonder," "God is My Shepherd," "Frest 
Springs," "He Is Our Peace" and "They That Wait Upon the Lord," directed by Bruce 
Benton. 

Other musicians for this session were Michael Dunnagan, minister of music; Judi Kel 
ly, organist; Deborah Pierce, pianist. 

Moderator Travis Clements called the meeting to order and thanked the Parkwooc 
Church for hosting this session. 

Bill Witt of the host church extended greetings and led in prayer. 

The hymn, "Jesus Shall Reign Where'er the Sun," was sung. 

Director Marvin Settle introduced Rev. Richard T. Davis, pastor of Park View, wh( 
was to bring the annual sermon. 

Under the direction of Margie Story, the choir from Park View sang the anthem 
"God Comes in Love." 

Rev. Davis* message was on "Greatness," or more appropriately on "Baptist Great 
ness." 

The hymn, "Share His Love," was sung. 



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Director Settle presented an interesting slide presentation on "Churches Reaching All 
Peoples with the Good News." 
The moderator presided over miscellaneous business items. 
Lois King, clerk, reported that the total registration was 459. 
Deborah McGuire brought greetings and appreciation from Meredith College. 
There was no report from the Resolutions Committee. 

The director of missions expressed thanks to this body, to all churches that partici- 
pated in any manner, Hugh O'Shields of the Music Council, Floyd Rhodes for sharing 
his recording equipment and giving his time, the Committee for the Annual Meeting, to 
Faye and Altaree of the association office, George Coggin for use of car, to moderator 
and vice moderator for their fine relationship; and, lastly, thanked everyone for attend- 
ing. He said he was astounded at the large number of registrations - much larger than he 
had experienced in Virginia. (See Expressions of Thanks.) 

When the moderator asked if there was any other miscellaneous business, A.M. Hall, 
Jr., of Red Mountain Church, said he had just returned from a visit to Fort Caswell, 
where he did some work. He said they still need a lot of help since the storm. They are 
already $100,000 in debt from the storm damage, and can use both money and physical 
help. 

Moderator Clements called on the director of missions to make the Lay Leader 
Award, the recipient of which has been selected by a secret committee. Rev. Settle an- 
nounced that the award went to a couple this year ~ Ruth and Ed Couch. Ed has served 
as director of Baptist Men since 1976, and other positions, and Ruth has served as direc- 
tor of W.M.U. as well as other positions. Ed was out of town, and Ruth accepted and 
expressed thanks for this recognition. 

The hymn, "Tell the Good News," was sung and Rev. Aubrey Quakenbush closed 
the meeting with prayer about 9:00 p.m. 



/Tapes for all sessions are on file in association office. 



Lois King, Clerk 



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Expressions of Thanks 

In lieu of expressing thanks and appreciation through resolutions, I take it a point of 
personal privilege as director of missions for the Yates Baptist Association, to express 
the thanks of this body to Yates Baptist Church, to Braggtown Baptist Church, and to 
Parkwood Baptist Church for hosting our annual meeting this year, for providing the 
great hospitality, providing all the comforts and conveniences that we have needed for 
this meeting this year. 

I also wish to express our appreciation and thanks to the following churches: Bragg- 
town, Carrboro, Ebenezer, Grey Stone, Guess Road, Immanuel, Mt. Hermon, Mt. 

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Moriah, Rose of Sharon, University, Watts Street, West Durham, and Westwood for 
the excellent food that we were able to share and partake of together, today, at the Brag- 
igtown Baptist Church; for the fast service and effective service that they provided in 
feeding 260 some people this afternoon in getting us in there and out in record time. It 
was great and it is really appreciated by all of us. 

I would also like to express my own appreciation to Hugh O'Shields and the Music 
Council for the fine musical programs they put together for us this year - the youth 
musical last night, the senior adult choir, the choirs that have blessed us today - all of 
these were blessings to me, and I am sure they were a blessing to each and everyone of 
you. 

Personally, I would like to say a word of thank you to Mr. Floyd Rhodes for sharing 
with us of his equipment tonight. I don't know how many of you realize that Floyd is at 
every board meeting and every other meeting that we need him to record the events of 
that particular meeting, and I want to express my personal appreciation to Floyd for all 
Ipf his hard work in helping us. He has always been at all of our meetings at least an hour 
before hand because he knows that he's got a lot of work to do in setting up, and we are 
I grateful for him for giving of his time in such a way as this. 

I also want to express appreciation to the Annual Meeting Committee this year that 
put together this program of "Churches Reaching All Peoples.' ' I hope that you have 
received some idea of the obligations, the opportunities that we have as Southern Bap- 
tists in this area, of the needs around us in terms of reaching all people in this area - all 
jjpeople in this Research Triangle Area. 

Since May of this year, when I became your director of missions, I want to thank two 
lovely young ladies in our association office, Faye and Altaree, for their hard work in 
keeping me straight and telling me, "This isn't the way we do it here!", and all the other 
helps that they have given. Seriously, they have been very cooperative, very friendly, 
very helpful, and I couldn't think of two finer people to work with in all my life, than 
these two fine young ladies that we have in our association office. I am grateful to them, 
and I don't know what I would ever do if either one of them is ever sick and couldn't 
come in to work because they are my right hand in that office. 

I also want to say a special word of appreciation to Mr. George Coggin and Coggin 
Pontiac for giving the director of missions an automobile to use in association^ work. 
It's a wonderful car, wonderful opportunity to have such a benefit in working in a fine 
association like this. I express my appreciation to George Coggin. 

To our moderator, our vice moderator and clerk, I say thank you. You all do a 
tremendous job, and you have, I think, been able to lead one of the finest meetings of 
this association. Of course, this is my first one, only you can say whether it was one of 
the finest ones or not, but I thought it was my finest one as your director of missions! 

But also, I want to say to all of you that have gathered here tonight, "thank you." 
You have made this an enjoyable time for me. I am astounded at the size of the turnout 
that we had here for this annual meeting this year. I feel blessed. I feel very fortunate, 
and I feel indebted to each and everyone of you who came. Laymen, pastors, all of you 
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Report of the Associational Board 



It has been an exciting and eventful year for the Yates Baptist Association. Since all 
the Association Board meetings are on tape and stored in the Yates Baptist Association 
office, I shall only report on the "highlights of each meeting. 

We started early in January. Our first meeting was held at Grey Stone Baptist Church 
on January 17, 1984 at 7:30 p.m. 

Rev. Wally Fowler, minister of education from the host church, gave the devotion 
and prayer. 

Dr. Charles Harris, chairman of the Search Committee presented the following mem- 
bers of the Search Committee: Dr. Charles Harris, chairman, Mrs. Judy Burhans, Mrs. 
Judi Kelly, J. Edwin Couch, Harold Craig, C. Ronald Cumbie and James West. The 
committee was unanimous in the recommendation of Rev. Marvin Settle for director ol 
missions for the Yates Baptist Association. Dr. Harris introduced Rev. Settle and askec 
him to speak to the board. Rev. Settle answered many questions dealing with inter-city 
ministries, church education, youth ministries and long range projects. Dr. Harris ther 
made an announcement that the board would be called to meet again on Tuesday 
January 24, 1984 to discuss the applicant and vote on him. 

A called meeting was held January 24, 1984 at Grey Stone Baptist Church at 7:30 
p.m. Rev. James West, pastor at Calvary Baptist Church, led in devotion and prayer 
Rev. Hugh O'Shields, association music director, presentee! a piano solo. 

Dr. Charles Harris reported for the Search Committee and all members were given ail 
opportunity to ask questions and share ideas regarding the call of Rev. Marvin Settle a 
director of missions. Rev. Malbert Smith, Jr., pastor of the Grey Stone Baptist Churchj 
moved that the board accept the recommendations of the Search Committee to call Rev; 
Marvin Settle as director of missions, according to the conditions set forth in the "Cove' 
nant Relationship" and the current job description. The motion was seconded by Rev 
Everette Smith, pastor of the Lakewood Baptist Church and was unanimously passed. 




The board met February 21, 1984 at the Westwood Baptist Church at 7:30 p.m. Rev! 
Hugh O'Shields, minister of music at the Bethesda Baptist Church, presented a musicaj 
program, "God of Grace, God of Glory.' ' Rev. Mac Bare, pastor of the host church!; 
led in a devotion and prayer. 

Dr. Dewey Kerr, pastor of the Holloway Street Baptist Church, read two letters, on 
from Rev. Marvin Settle, Jr. stating his acceptance of the association's call to the posij 
tion of director of missions of the Yates Baptist Association and one from the Leesvill! 
Road Baptist Chapel expressing appreciation for the association's gift. 

Rev. Everette Smith, chairman of the Finance Committee, presented a recommenda|: 
tion from his committee that $7,500 be spent for new furnishings for the association'!; 
offices, including draperies, window air conditioners, cleaning carpet and windows am 
for the purchase of new chairs for the conference room. Rev. Crate Jones, pastor of th 
Angier Avenue Baptist Church, moved that the board accept the committee's recom 
mendation. It was seconded by Rev. Hugh O'Shields and approved unanimously by th 
board. 

The Installation Service for Rev. Marvin B. Settle, Jr., director of missions of th 
Yates Baptist Association of Durham, North Carolina, was held Sunday, May 6, 198 
at 3:00 p.m. at the First Baptist Church. 

Dr. Charles Harris, pastor of the First Baptist Church and chairman of the Searc 
Committee, also served as program chairman for the installation. 

Dr. Dale Steele, pastor of the First Baptist Church in Burlington, was the speakei 
Following the Installation Service, a reception honoring Rev. Settle and his family wa 
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The board met May 22, 1984 at Watts Street Baptist Church. Rev. Robert McCler- 
( non, pastor of the host church led in prayer. The devotion was given by Larry Clarke. 
I Nathan Ferrell, accompanied by Nancy Ferrell, led the group in singing "I Love to Tell 
( the Story." They sang a duet, "Love Medley.' ' 

The moderator presented a plaque to Dr. Gerald C. Goodwin in appreciation for his 
i! serving as moderator for the period October 1981 to October 1983. 

In the absence of the Rev. Malbert Smith, Jr., Mrs. Faye Bassett presented a report of 
I the 1984-1985 nominees for associational officers and committee members. Nominees 
i j were accepted. 

I Moderator reported that Mr. George Coggin would furnish a new 1984 Pontiac for 
» the director of missions. Reports were from other committees. 
I The Yates Baptist Association Board met September 4, 1984 at 7:30 p.m. at the 
1 Homestead Heights Baptist Church. 

1 Dr. Tobie Stone led in prayer. The group sang "Victory in Jesus." Dr. Larry Harper 
§ sang a solo, "Satisfied with Jesus." Ms. Polly Helms was organist. Dr. Harper led in 
1 prayer and gave a devotion. 

Rev. Clay Warf, chairman of the Missions Committee, gave a report on the Bahama 
■Mission. Two students from Southeastern Seminary, Rick Hayes and Chris Fuller, 
I worked with this mission during the summer months. By the end of summer, worship 
I services were held in Little River School, with Ken Price, a deacon from the Park View 
I Baptist Church, acting as pastor. Red Mountain Church is the sponsoring congregation. 
Reports were received from other committees and organizations and accepted. 
The Yates Baptist Association Board met at the Immanuel Baptist Church at 7:30 
jp.m. on October 16, 1984. Mr. Gene Stinnett of the Page Road Baptist Church led in 
prayer. The congregation sang "Blessed Assurance." The Treasurer's Report was given 
by Mrs. Mary Ellen Godwin and the Financial Report by Rev. Everette Smith, 
i Chris Hamlet gave a detailed report on the future development of the Yates Baptist 
j Association Campgrounds. A proposal was presented to build a swimming pool, a 
i wading pool, shelters for picnics, and a lodge which would be self-contained, with sleep- 
ing accommodations for 30-50 people including kitchen and dining room facilities. 
i Rev. Boyce Kimball gave a report on the prison ministry. Other reports were received 
from committees and accepted. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Travis Clements, Moderator 

Report of the Sunday School 

8.5 by '85, the Bold Mission Thrust of our Southern Baptist Convention, again was 
the major emphasis in our association. We again encouraged our churches to strengthen 
their Sunday School ministry with strong Bible study units, and evangelistic outreach/ 
visitation. 

In April people from across our association gathered together at the Hope Valley 
jBaptist Church for our annual Vacation Bible School Clinic. This clinic was led by 
. (several members of our associational ASSISTeam and was designed to help local church 
V.B.S. leaders sharpen their teaching/reaching skills using this year's V.B.S. teaching 
jmaterial. 

In September two training events were conducted. The first, at Temple Baptist 
Church, was a Curriculum Interpretation Workshop designed to help local Sunday 
(School leadership know and understand the literature used by Southern Baptist churches 

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in Sunday School. This workshop was led by members of the ASSISTeam. 

The second event was a training session for all ASSISTeam members. Mr. Phil Stone 
from the North Carolina Baptist Convention Sunday School Department, was the guest 
leader. This session presented the upcoming program for 1984-85 in which ASSISTeam 
members will be actively involved. 

Sunday School attendance and enrollment is again on the rise in our association. We 
pray that this trend will continue in the year ahead. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Wally Fowler, Director 

Report of Church Training 

Church Training is the organization assigned the task of helping church members, 
new church members, and church leaders (also potential leaders) grow in their Christian 
discipleship. The Church Training program does not compete with other church pro- 
grams, but when properly administered, enhances the total work of the church. 

PRIORITIES FOR ACHIEVING GROWTH IN DISCIPLESHIP TRAINING 

1. Continuing Group 

2. Dynamic Doctrine Study-^^^^---^ 

3. Equipping Centers . 

4. New Member Training (Survival)- ^^^^^^^jR OWTli 

5. Master Life: Discipleship Training for Leaders-^^^ 

6. DiscipleLife: Training Youth in Discipleslyp== :=::=::r: ^^~^ 

7. Growth Strategies (8.5 by — 

(Church Training used to be: 1 . church member training, 2. new member training, and 
3. leadership training. Now Church Training is 1. short-term training, 2. individual 
training, and 3. continuing training.) 
These priorities were promoted and achieved in Yates Association by these programs: 

1 . Your director attended the ENABLER Training Conference at Caraway and the 
KEY LEADERSHIP Conference at Ridgecrest. 

2. Two associational conferences were held - one for Church Training directors and the 
other for tournament promotion. 

3. Four children from Bethesda participated in the Memory Work Tournament. Win- 
ners at the state level were: Jennifer Massey, Jon Fish, and Sherron Williams. 

4. A promotional letter regarding the Doctrinal Study Seminar held at Southeastern 
Seminary was sent to all pastors. Eight attended. 

5. 'The Doctrine of the Holy Spirit" was taught in 12 churches. 

6. We have purchased all the Equipping Centers now in print. These have been used by 
individuals, small groups, and ongoing groups in our churches. 

7. Youth Week was promoted in: Grey Stone, First, Bethesda, Guess Road, Page 
Road, Durham Memorial, Rose of Sharon, Temple, Lowes Grove, Trinity, Edge- 
mont, and Calvary.* 

8. New Member Training (SURVIVAL) classes were held in: Durham Memorial, 
Watts, First, Calvary.* 

9. Leadership Training classes were held at Durham Memorial, Calvary, Grey Stone, 
Parkwood, Trinity, Watts Street, First, Cresset, Edgemont, Ephesus, and Lowes 
Grove.* 

10. MasterLife was taught at Calvary, Grace, Mt. Moriah and Yates.* 



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j . Ruth Prince of the North Carolina Baptist Convention Church Training Depart- 
ment conducted leadership conferences at: Edgemont, Guess Road, Calvary, 
Lowes Grove, Ephesus, Homestead Heights, and Grace. Five other churches were 
reached at some of her conferences. (She is returning to Yates Association in April 
1985 ... so plan to use her.) 

2. Caraway Church Training Leadership Conference was attended by Jule Young 
from Grace and Bobby Pender, Helen Mumford, Rodney Strickland, and Brenda 
Vereen from Edgemont. 
I We have a trained core of workers ready to help your church in '84-'85. Please let us 

elp you. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Nannie Mae Herndon, Director 

Other churches may have participated but did not report. 

Report of the Brotherhood 

Men throughout the Yates Association are continuing to become involved in new 
lission-related activities. Tremendous support was shown in the form of volunteer 
ibor and funding for the tornado victims in Eastern North Carolina in the spring. More 
hurches were involved in ministry outreach involving men in West Virginia, Pennsylva- 
ia, North and South Carolina and in Durham. 

The Red Mountain Brotherhood men were instrumental in helping to form the 
Jahama Mission in 1984. Others also helped the mission in various ways. Still others 
rere involved in renovation work at Fort Caswell. Men have been involved in prison 
linistries, nursing home ministries, and local church ministries within the community. 

New RA groups have been established and increased interest shown in participation in 
!he RA Track Meet, Camp Caraway, and the Crusader Car Competition and Mission 

j To help train leadership, provide encouragement and help local churches learn how to 
[each men and boys and involve them in effective missions, the associational Brother- 
bod staff has added an additional person, Mr. Larry Clark of Yates Baptist Church. 
Larry has assumed responsibility for the position of Baptist Men's President for Yates 
I Association. Hopefully, one or maybe two more can be added to form a Brotherhood 
Council to be able to respond to your needs more readily. 

On behalf of the Brotherhood staff we are looking forward to another good year in 
he service of our Lord in 1985. 



Respectfully submitted, 
J. Edwin Couch, Brotherhood Director 
Larry Clark, Baptist Men's President 
Bryce Bates, RA Director 



Report of Woman's Missionary Union 

I Partnership has been the emphasis for this year. Activities giving opportunities to 
>ray and to minister were held in the age level organizations. 

I GA's were given an opportunity to meet missionaries and learn how much prayer 
neans to them. Acteens and leaders, 37 from our association, traveled to Fort Worth to 
jhe National Acteens Conference. Baptist Women made homemade cookies to share in 

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the ministry to Woman's Prison in Raleigh. Women have studied, prayed and given tc 
missions so others can know the love Jesus gives freely to all who will accept. 

Missions are ways girls and women can follow and serve God. The annual meeting 
was a highlight, giving opportunity to hear how important it is that we accept responsi- 
bility of helping carry the good news of Christ's love to the lost of our community anc 
to minister to the hurts of people around us and be ready to even go as volunteer mis- 
sionaries. Jesus said, "Go ye into all the world." Part of that world is all around us wit! 
many needy people, both physically and spiritually. Pray each day that more womer 
will become aware of how they can through WMU be an effective witness. 

A leadership conference for age level leaders was held on September 19, for training 
and encouraging church WMU leaders. 

The year 1986 will be the 100th anniversary of North Carolina WMU. Plans are nov 
being made that will involve associational and church WMU leaders, emphasizinf 
WMU history, state, association and church. Are you a part of this history? Will yov 
commit yourself to serve Christ through Woman's Missionary Union? Pray for th< 
WMU officers of your association. 

Respectfully submitted] 
Dorothy Hicks, Direct! 

Report of the Music Council 

The year began with several activities planned for the spring and the fall prograrrj 
Due to scheduling problems the council was forced to rethink the planned activities an| 
project new programs of ministry. 
The Music Council worked out the music for the following events: 
Installation Service for Rev. Marvin Settle 
Music for the September Associational Youth Rally 
Helped plan and promote the Dino Kartsonakis Concert 
Music for the annual meeting r 
Began in October a singing group for ministers 
Projected ministries for next year 
The installation service for Rev. Marvin Settle was the high point in the association 
year. We were fortunate to have a combined choir and orchestra for the service. Tl 
council worked in conjunction with the Search Committee in planning this program 
The Music Council has been deeply involved in the fall ministries. They have planne 
music for these ministries and promoted these events in their area churches. We are e: 
cited about the work of the council this year and the help they have provided othl 
groups in the association. 

The goal of sharing celebrative music still remains a priority in all the council plan; 
Our plans for the coming year will enhance the goal of reaching every church in oi 
association to help them improve the music used in the different churches. 

We feel 1984 gave us new insights into the ministries to be planned by the council, 
new group of persons came to serve on the council which added new impetus to oi 
plans. 

Respectfully submitte 
E. Hugh O'Shields, Direct 



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Report of TACMO 



i The Association^ Church Media Library Organization met four times during the 
| year. The first meeting was held on November 5, 1983 at Braggtown Baptist Church. 
I Mrs. Clara Crabtree discussed the use of audio-visual materials. Eleven people repre- 
I senting six churches were in attendance. 

I On February 4, 1984, the meeting was at Park View Baptist church. Mrs. Janie 
| Clements and Mrs. Barbara Davis explained how to prepare and file catalog cards. 
I Eighteen people from 10 churches were present. 

I The May 5, 1984 meeting was held at Grey Stone Baptist Church. Mrs. Ethel Crabtree 
I led a discussion on the church library ministry. Seven churches were represented by 13 
I persons. 

I The last meeting of the year was on August 4, 1984 at Bethesda Baptist Church. 
| Twelve persons from six churches were present. Participants shared information about 
I books. The 1984-85 officers were elected. 

TACMO's goals are to promote the use of resources to equip Christians for witness 
| and missions, to encourage all the churches to provide a library, and to continue the 
development of the Yates Association Library. 

Respectfully submitted, 
CL ra J. Crabtree, Director 

Report of Laubach 

The literacy program experienced its busiest year during 19P4. Illiteracy is of national 
concern and much publicity has led to more and more requests for tutors. During the 
past year, six workshops were held with 79 persons being trailed as tutors. We presently 
| have 41 persons actively tutoring and a waiting list of 45 to be tutored. A workshop is 
currently being held weekly at the County Library and a we ekend workshop is planned 
I for November. The director attended the North Carolina literacy Conference held at 
Meredith College in June. She also trained 23 tutors for the Mt. Zion Association at a 
workshop sponsored by the Missions Department of the Baptist State Convention. 
J The July Curious Kaleidoscope program on WTVD featured the work being done in 
J the area for illiteracy. With 18.4 percent of adults in Durham County 25 years and older 
I having less that an eighth grade education, you can see that a tremendous job there is to 
,ido. If we are ever to reach these people for Christ, we first have to meet their need which 
J is to know how to read so they can read His word. 

iJ Respectfully submitted, 

Mary Whaley, Director 

Report of the Director of Missions 

I As of this date, I have visited all 48 of our pastors and have gotten to know many of 
l !them pretty well. I have been fortunate to preach or worship in 26 of our 51 churches. I 
am beginning to know more and more of you by sight and many of you by name. If I 
ijhave not called you by name, yet, continue to tell me your name until I learn it. You on- 
(fly have my name to learn, but I have to learn all of yours. 



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STRATEGY PLANNING 

Recently (October 16), we had our first meeting of the Strategy Planning Committee 
for the association. This is an excellent committee, made up of some of the finest leaders 
in our association. It is a well balanced committee, representing almost every facet of 
association life. 

We began our planning process by getting the committee to share their dreams for the 
association. It was an enlightening time of sharing, as we identified needs and concerns 
to meet in the years ahead. 

We are in hopes of bringing the final report to you, no later than next fall. 

CAMP 

Your Camp Committee has worked extremely hard since May 1, trying to do some- 
thing to improve the camp and make it meet your needs. Extensive cleanup and painting 
projects have been completed. Your Camp Committee (see report) has adopted three 
objectives in the way of development for the camp. As soon as the water and sewage 
systems problems have been solved, then I believe that you will see these proposals 
brought to reality. 

PACT BLITZ 

We have a number of churches in our association that are in a state of transition. 

(1) The rural communities around the church have mushroomed into industrial or 
residential growth. 

(2) Middle class neighborhood churches have seen their neighborhood decline 
economically. 

(3) Predominately white neighborhoods have become increasingly black. 

(4) Communities that once had only Durham natives, now consist of Yankees, 
ethnics, and other strangers. 

What is a church to do? The sad thing that happens across this country, (not just in 
the Southern Baptist Convention, but in every denomination) pastors become 
scapegoats and are blamed for church decline or non-growth. As in most cases of scape- 
goating the pastor is not responsible for these community changes. 

Every church needs to be aware of the changes taking place in their community. One 
way for your churches to be aware of these changes is to conduct a PACT Blitz. 

PACT (Project Assistance for Churches in Transition) will affirm your church's 
strengths and give guidance to the church to build on its strengths to reach its communi- 
ty. 

We have scheduled PACT Blitz for Yates Baptist Association on November 15-17, 
1985. 

Your church can be the beneficiary of an invaluable planning/guiding tool by 
enlisting in the program. Total cost to the church is $250. 

Please let the association office know by January 10 of your intention to participate 
so that excellent PACT consultants can be secured for your church. 

NEW CHURCHES 

What a joy it has been to experience the birth of the Bahama Baptist Mission. The 
mission is currently in its infant stages and hopes to be settling in to a more permanent 
home soon. 

Red Mountain Baptist Church has done a yeoman's job in getting the mission under- 
way. 

Several other sites for new churches have been identified. We plan to have two Praxis 



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iams in Yates to start new churches next year. We need at least two sponsors for these 
Jew mission endeavors. Several churches could come together to sponsor a new mission 
they like. 

APPRECIATION 

I want to express a sincere word of thanks and appreciation to Mrs. Faye Bassett and 
s. Altaree Norris. These are two of the finest staff people any director of missions 
uld have. 

We are indeed fortunate to have them. They have not only helped me make the transi- 
bn to Durham and Yates smoothly, but they have been supportive in changes I wanted 
) make. 

1 You don't know how much that means to me. They are two of the greatest. 

I I am also appreciative of our moderator, Travis Clements, your Search Committee, 

id the many committees I've worked with already. 

(I We have some of the best pastors, staff, and laypeople here in our association as well, 
jfhey have been supportive and appreciative of what we're trying to do. 
I I am thankful for all. 

SUMMARIZING 

j Let me summarize thusly. During the first Strategy Planning Committee meeting, one 
|iember of the committee said, "Our people want us to do something, do anything, but 
o something. Our people need to see the association do something." 
! Well, here is a summary of what is in the works: 

985 - (1) Strategy Planning Committee Report 

(2) Construction of swimming pool, picnic shelters, and water and sewage 
treatment at camp 

(3) Lay Witness Training 

(4) PACT Blitz 

(5) Starting two new churches 

(6) Calling a Church Planter Intern 

(7) Improvement of communication from association office 

986 - (1) Implementation of Strategy Planning Committee Report 

(2) Continue construction and improvements at camp 

(3) Simultaneous evangelistic revivals 

(4) Starting more new churches 

(5) Begin organized day camping at camp 

987 - (1) Further implementation of Strategy Planning Committee Report 

(2) Citywide crusade 

(3) Continued development of camp 

(4) Starting new churches 

988 and beyond??? Let's plan together. 

We are doing something. Now go back and tell your church. We have begun. One 
hurch cannot do it alone, but we can do it, "together." 

What you have just read or heard may sound to you like a bunch of programs to keep 
lis busy. "Programs" do not reach people for Jesus Christ. "People" reach people for 
esus Christ. We can do all of this programming, all of this planning, but we need to 
|ave people touching people through the programs if we are to reach our area for Jesus 
Christ. 



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Your association office staff cannot do it all. We are so few in number. But, with 
your help, and your total commitment to see our city saved for Jesus Christ then there is 
nothing we can't do for Him. 

Join your association staff as we seek to lead THE ASSOCIATION: CHURCHES 
REACHING ALL PEOPLES. 

Respectfully submitted. 
Marvin B. Settle, Jr., Director of Mission? 

Lay Leader Award 

"Ed Couch has served Yates Baptist Association since October 1976, as the director 
of Baptist Men's organization and has done a commendable job. He with his Baptis 
Men's Committee has consistently planned inspirational programs and events for Bap 
tist Men and Royal Ambassadors. He stays abreast of Baptist Men and Royal Am 
bassador work, and he loves this particular form of ministry of Southern Baptists. 

"I can personally say that Ed also served as a capable probing member of the Searcl 
Committee for the Director of Missions. His questions during the search process and ip 
terview with me expressed for me his own deep Christian convictions, Christian spirit 
and willingness to see the Yates Baptist Association become all it can be in the year 
ahead. 

"He along with Faye Bassett, the administrative assistant of the Yates Baptisi 
Association office, spearheaded a fund-raising campaign within the Yates Baptis 
Association to provide disaster relief funds for those who suffered in the North Carolin 
tornadoes this year. Those efforts generated $17,562.20 plus contributions of clothes 
food, furniture, and appliances for those families struck by that tornado disaster. 

"Mrs. Ruth Couch is the better half of the Couch family. Ruth Couch has served th 
Yates Baptist Association in prior years as the WMU director of the association. On 
continuing basis she has led in various associational study courses and generally replie 
in the affirmative when asked to do a study course in the Yates Baptist Association chui 
ches. She has given many hours to this preparation as well as in the teaching time itsel) 
Ruth has also served on the the associational Calendar Committee, serving one year i 
chairman of the committee. 

"Ruth currently serves as a member of the association's Missions Committee whei 
her contributions to that committee are practical, mission-sighted and bold. She ha 
agreed, on top of all of the other activities that she participates in, to participate in to 
associational Strategy Planning Committee for 1985. She will bring the same insigh 
and boldness to that committee that she has contributed to the association's Missioi 
Committee. 

"If these contributions weren't enough, both Ed and Ruth are active participatir 
members in their local church, Cedar Fork Baptist Church, and have a very fine Chrii 
tian household." 

This year's award goes to Ed and Ruth Couch. 



Strategy Planning Committee 

Mrs. Louise Blackwood - Mt. Carmel Rt. 7 Box 665, Chapel Hill 27514; 933-871 

Mrs. Ruth Couch - Cedar Fork Rt. 1 Box 313, Morrisville 27560; 544-70 

Dr. Jesse Croom - Carrboro P.O. Box 156, Carrboro 27510; (h) 967-193 

ac (ch) 967-30: 



j Mrs. Vickie Gilliam - Edgemont 1205 A-West C St., Butner 27509; (h) 575-6253, 

(w) 575-7283 

|Dr. Gerald Goodwin, Chm. - Durham Memorial 2703 Holloway St., Durham 

27703; (h) 596-6786, (ch) 596-7350 

|Chris Hamlet - Watts Street 917 Englewood Av., Durham 27705; 682-3572 

Dr. Larry Harper - Homestead Heights, 4007 Holt School Rd., Durham 27703; 

(h) 383-8427, (ch) 477-3859 

1 Ms. Jane Harris - University P.O. Box 508, Chapel Hill 27514; (h) 929-1097, 

(ch) 942-2157 

!|Rev. Diane Hill - Immanuel 5108 Inverness Dr., Durham 27712; (h) 383-6591, 

(w) 683-1568 

|Rev. Crate Jones - Angier Avenue Box 1 1296, Durham 27703; (h) 596-6619, 

1 (ch) 596-6430 

llilly Judd - First 501 Hugo St., Durham 27704; (h) 477-3528, (w) 471-8897 

■Mrs. Judi Kelly - Hope Valley 391 1 Colorado Av., Durham 27707; (h) 489-1575, 

(w) 683-1410 

■Tal Lassiter - Rose of Sharon 3729 Hermine St., Durham 27705; (h) 477-4230, 

! (w) 683-4322 

■Mrs. Beverly McQuarry - Calvary 1204 Lynn Rd., Durham 27703; (h) 596-4798, 

(ch) 596-2592 

■Rev. Hugh O'Shields - Bethesda 1914 S. Miami Blvd., Durham 27703; 

(h) 596-7381, (ch) 596-2158 

* jRev. Malbert Smith - Grey Stone P.O. Box 2686, Durham 27705; (h) 383-2692, 

fj (ch) 286-2281 

» Mrs. Mary Zedick - Grace 561 1 Russell Rd., Durham 27712; 383-1630 

llx OFFICIO 

I Future Development Committee 

Rev. Benny Barron - Trinity 2123 So Hi Dr., Durham 27703; (h) 596-0440, 

(ch) 596-6407 

JRev. Jerry Collins - Cresset 3707 Garrett Rd., Durham 27707; (h) 383^929, 

J (ch) 489-2655 

Marshall Mangum - Yates 2203 University Dr., Durham 27707; 489-3534 

Rev. Jimmy Nickelston - Farrington Road Rt. 12 Box 121, Chapel Hill 27514; 

0| , (h) 383-7093, (ch) 544-5260 

jMrs. Peggy Yates - University Rt. 7 Box 187, Durham 27707; (h) 489-1587, 

J (ch) 966-4593 

|Rev. Marvin Settle, Jr. - Director of Missions 2821 Chapel Hill Rd., Durham 

27707; (h) 477-3416, (w) 489-3396 

Faye Bassett - Administrative Assistant 2821 Chapel Hill Rd., Durham 27707; 

(h) 489-4951, (w) 489-3396 

Travis Clements - Moderator 3205 Sprunt St., Durham 27705; (h) 383-1218, 

(w) 286-1224 



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Report of Digest of Church Letters 

October 1, 1983 - September 30, 1984 

Oct. 1, 1982 Oct. 1, 1983 

Sept. 30, 1983 Sept. 30, 1984 

*PEL & MISSION 



CHURCH, CUA 
MEMBERSHIP: 

1 . Total Number of Churches 

2. Total Membership Reported 

3. Total added to Membership 
... By Baptism 

... By Letter, etc. 
ORGANIZATION ENROLLMENTS: 

1 . Sunday School 

2. Church Training 

3. Church Music 

4. Woman's Missionary Union 

5. Baptist Men & Royal Ambassadors 

6. Vacation Bible School 
REPORT OF CHURCH GIFTS, ETC. 

1 . Receipts (Budget & Designated) 

2. Associational Budget Offerings 

3. Cooperative Program 

4. Grand Total Gifts to Missions 



CI 

Jl 


32 


jU, 1 oU 


JU,3/3 


435 


484 


7QA 


ooU 


1 fi/in 
1 J,0'*U 


1 c fici 
1 j,ojJ 




JjJ'TJ 


3,797 


3,764 


2,989 


2,823 


1,180 


1,191 


4,282 


4,590 


8,172,498 


9,069,802 


99,654 


105,268 


532,561 


610,272 


1,017,309 


1,195,086 



Report of the Camp Committee 

As a result of the renewed interest on the part of our association toward further 
development of the camp, the Camp Committee has sought to move toward accomp- 
lishing some goals you have stated. This year has been spent in some general cleaning 
and painting. There has been a real effort to clear the grounds of some unsightly debris. 
In addition we were able to purchase a used tractor for mowing purposes. 

Now we would like to bring you up to date on the planning for future development. 
Please note the following objectives. 

PROPOSAL FOR YATES BAPTIST ASSCOCIATION CAMP 

1. OBJECTIVE I 

Installation of a swimming pool in the open area north of caretaker's home. (This 
area was previously used to discard brush and trash.) The pool would include suffi- 
cient wading area for use by children. It would also include a diving board and sliding 
boards. 

Cost: approx: $100,000 

Coinciding with the installation of the swimming pool would be the erection of 3 or 
4 shelters for picnics, day camp programs, etc. (These could be constructed by Bap- 
tist Men's groups.) 

PURPOSE Cost: a PP rox - " S 20 ' 000 

By constructing the swimming pool and shelters, the camp could begin to accom- 
modate programs such as day camping, church picnics, youth pool fellowships, and 
an associational picnic. These activities would draw more people to the camp which 

would increase awareness of the camp. 

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I OBJECTIVE II 

Construction of a lodge which will be totally self-contained including sleeping ac- 
commodations for 30-50 people, kitchen and dining facilities, bathrooms and con- 
ference room. This lodge would be located approximately 100 yards north of the 
swimming pool with a wooded area as a buffer. Parking for this lodge would be 
north of the lodge to the northern boundary of the camp. 

This lodge would be winterized and could be used year-round. 

Cost: approx. - $100,000 

■ PURPOSE 

Present lodge will not accommodate a large group of 30-50 people overnight in 
sleeping conditions. To meet the needs of our churches that must rent retreat facilities 
elsewhere, we recommend the construction of this winterized, larger lodge. 

■ OBJECTIVE III 

Conversion of the existing lodge into a dining hall and restroom facility. Addi- 
tional cabins of rustic nature would be built in close proximity to this dining hall. 
This area would be designed for rustic camping. This facility would not be in use dur- 
ing the winter. 

4-5 cabins sleeping 8-16 persons each, if built by Baptist Men. 

Cost: approx. - $20,000 

PURPOSE 

A camping setting is entirely different from a retreat setting. Children's and youth 

I I groups could be easily accommodated and accommodated at a lower cost in camping 
facilities, using rustic cabins. These cabins would only provide shelter. 

CONCERNS 

Two primary concerns affect the development of the camp. 

1) Water and Sewage. We are in the process now of talking with County Health 
Department officials regarding requirement for water and sewage at the camp- 

| ground. This area of study will take a great deal of time and may even take six 
months or more by government officials. We will report to you as soon as all of the 
reports are in. No construction can be done involving water and sewer until reports 

I and approvals are given. 

2) Estimate of total cost of construction, right now is $240,000 ± (depending on water 
and sewer requirements, etc.). The Camp Committee will be studying funding pro- 

|| posals and will submit them to the Finance Committee for approval and ultimately to 
t j the assocation. We would encourage interested individuals to make contributions for 
any of these projects as they may feel led to do. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Ernest H. Ferrell, Chairman 

Report of the Christian Life Committee 

The Christian Life Committee was busy last year. Our primary task last year was the 
sstablishment of a one day-a-week pastoral counseling service in our association with 
he Life Enrichment Center of Raleigh. 
Dr. Lyman Ferrell, a staff member of LEC, and husband of Velma Ferrell, our Duke 
: pampus Minister, is serving as the counselor. The service is available on Mondays at Im- 
hanuel Baptist Church. To assist us with appointments Mrs. Nellie Ball is working as 
he center receptionist. 



The first year, February through July 2, saw 85 appointments made. I am sure many 
more have been made since July. It has been meeting as very real need. Our hope is, in 
the future to increase the service to two days. 

Our committee attempted to have a political forum with gubernatorial candidates and 
senatorial candidates. We discovered however, that Baptists are not considered to be 01 
have a strong influence in politics thus there was no real interest on the part of the can- 
didates for our proposed forum. 

Another major task was to register opposition to Durham Cablevision's attempt tc 
add pornography to your T.V. diet with the addition of the Playboy Channel. We arc 
happy to announce this was a very successful effort. However, we would remind every- 
one that there will be more battles to come over this poison. 

We are planning a conference/workshop for February 21, 1985 on "Parenting in the 
80s." Please put this on your calendar now. 

Thank you for your prayers and support as we continue to serve Christ by serving 
you. 

Respectfully submitted 
Jerry E. Harper, Sr., Chairpersoii 

Report of the Community Ministries Committee 

Community Ministries broadly defined covers a wide range of crises which many o 
our friends face everyday. Your committee is seeking to zero in on some "reachable' 
goals for the coming year. We have had several very meaningful meetings, as we hav 
sought to define our tasks, and fine-tune our senses as well as try to hear the cries foj 
help all around us. 

We are convinced that whether it is the giving of groceries from our pantry, helpin; 
one to stay warm, or befriending those in prison, it must all be done in the name an< 
spirit of our dear Lord. 

Thank you for supporting our food-for-needy program. The pantry has blessed man; 
during the past years. When your church is listed to help replenish the pantry, pleasii 
give your share. 

One family which I had the blessing of carrying these bags of groceries to, really bless i 
ed my heart. The mother is almost totally bedridden, and her husband's health is failing 
They are both in their seventies, with a teenage grandson to support. If you could hav i 
seen the faces of these dear people, as we brought the bags in, you would have bee ! 
blessed beyond your imaginations. 

I can still see that grandfather and hear him thanking God for Yates Baptist AssocuIh 
tion's caring. He was like a little child at Christmas, as he went through the bags, brim ' 
ing item after item to the bedroom and saying, "Look, Mom, this is exactly what m 
need," or "this is my favorite food." 

I think I also heard another voice saying, "In as much as you have done it to the lea: 
of these my brethren, you have done it also unto me." 

The Community Ministries programs of service are going to expand during the conj ; 
ing year. The prison ministry is one area which is very exciting and promising. Pray ft 
Rev. Boyce Kimball as he seeks to meet needs in that area. 

Respectfully submitted 1 
Tobie Stone, Jr., Chairms 



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Report of the Deacon Committee 

The Deacon Committee had two profitable meetings - May 15 and July 12 - toward 
planning for a Deacon Ministry Workshop, "Co-Laborers in Ministry," will be the 
theme of this associational-wide deacon workshop. This significant meeting is planned 
jfor Tuesday, March 19, 1985, at Calvary Church, and will be for all deacons, active and 
^inactive, and even those who aspire toward being a deacon or deaconess. Tentative plans 
|are as follows: 

Group Meeting - 7:00-7:30 p.m. 
Hymn/W elcome/Prayer 

Testimonies on Deacons and Stewardship; Deaconess and Ministry 
Inspirational Message - Rev. Crate Jones 
Conference Meetings - 7:30-8:15 p.m.; 8:15-9:00 p.m. 
Personal Witnessing - Dr. Delos Miles 

(Personal Hospitality Ministry - Chaplain Elizabeth Wood 
Personal Family Ministry - Dr. Burrel Lucas 
I Excitement is growing about this workshop. We have over 500 active deacons in our 
(association. So you see the large attendance that we are anticipating. Pastors, staff and 
deacons, this time of learning and sharing is for you. 

Respectfully submitted, 
James E. West. Chairman 

Report of the Evangelism Committee 

The Evangelism Committee has met on several occasions since the arrival of our 
iirector of missions and has engaged in planning for several important future events. 

In the short-term, a conference is planned for November 2-3, 1984, on "Unleashing 
he Church." The Rev. Frank Tillapaugh of Bear Valley Baptist Church of Denver, 
i Colorado will lead this conference which focuses on helping lay people discover gifts 
'tad channels for ministry outside the walls of the church. By engaging in a variety of 
ijninistries which confront the needs of the secular world, the unleashed church can carry 
J kit effective, authentic, evangelism and discipleship. The conference will focus on the 
Ikiblical basis for the unleashed church, and how to unleash the church for ministry. 
| The committee also is making plans for serious and beneficial lay witness training em- 
phases in 1985. We urge pastors to be aware of this training and plan to bring three lay 
t leople to participate. This is primarily preparation for the "Good News, America -God 
ixwes You" nationwide simultaneous revivals in 1986. We urge pastors and churches to 

I »e aware of both these evangelistic emphases in their long-range planning. 

I I Respectfully submitted, 

Mac Bare, Chairman 

Report of the Missions Committee 

M In last year's Missions Committee Report we proudly shared concerning the starting 
f new work on Leesville Road, the Lynns Crossroad Mission. Since that report this 
i jiission has acquired 10 acres of prime land and a house which they are using for wor- 
lf Mp. Do continue to be in prayer concerning this growing new work. 
1 Most of our effort in the past year has focused on beginning new work in the Bahama 



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area. Through the cooperation of the Home Mission Board, Baptist State Conventioi 
of North Carolina, and Southeastern Seminary, we had two praxis workers during thJ 
summer months. Both students at Southeastern Seminary, Ricky Hayes and Chri 
Fuller, did extensive surveying in the Bahama area and by the end of the summer had 
started a home Bible Study. These student workers were aided greatly by the pastor an< 
people of Red Mountain Baptist Church. As the summer concluded, again through thi 
work of the students and the people of Red Mountain, the Bahama Mission was meetinj 
each Sunday in the gymnasium of the Little River School and constituted with eigh 
members and an average attendance of 25. Presently Rev. Ken Price is serving as pasto 
at the mission, and Sunday evening services have been added. Your prayerful support i 
needed as we continue with this exciting mission opportunity. 

A portion of our time at the conclusion of this year has been spent in preparation fo 
a PACT Blitz to be held in our association in cooperation with the Raleigh Baptis 
Association in November of 1985. PACT stands for Project: Assistance to Churches ii 
Transition and will be offered to all of our churches in transitional areas who desir 
planning and preparation for their future ministry. This opportunity is made availabl 
to us through the Home Mission Board and the Baptist State Convention. 

Our committee continues to oversee the work of Rev. Tom Jordan in the Public Safe! 
ty Chaplaincy Program. This continues to be a vital and growing ministry. The prisoi; 
and jail chaplaincy which we began last year is now under the direction of the Com 
munity Ministries Committee. 

I have had the opportunity of chairing this committee some four or five years. It ha 
been a real blessing to me, and I trust that you will continue to be in prayer that God wi| 
use the Missions Committee in a great way in the years to come. 



The committee recommends the following host churches and speakers for the annufj 
associational meetings of 1985: 

HOST CHURCHES 



Respectfully submitted 
M. Clay Warf, Chairma 



Report of the Place and Preacher Committee 



Tuesday evening, October 29 



Tuesday morning, October 29 



Monday evening, October 28 



Bethesda Baptist Churc: 

1914 S. Miami Boulevar 

Cresset Baptist Churc 

3707 Garrett Roa 
Rose of Sharon Baptist Churc 
4103 Guess Roa 



ANNUAL SERMON 



Preacher 
Alternate 



Dr. M. Clay Warf, pastor, Temple Baptist Churc! 

Rev. Jimmy L. Nickelston, pastor, Farrington Road Baptist Churc 

Respectfully submitte< 
Rev. Lawrence Knott, Chairma 



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Report of the Ordinations Committee 



The Ordinations Committee of the Yates Baptist Association had the distinct privilege 
of meeting with and affirming for recommendation to the Gospel Ministry the following 
individuals: 



Candidate 
I Mark Parnell 
i Kenny Lamm 
I Roger Grossman 
I Michael Stewart 
I Sarah Harvey 
I Myron Kidd 

Bill Witt 

Peg Witt 
j Mark Byrd 
'Hugh O'Shields 



Ordaining Churc h 

Bethesda 

First 

Cresset 

Cresset 

Lakewood 

Homestead Heights 

Parkwood 

Parkwood 

Lowes Grove 

Bethesda 



Date of Council 
October 19, 1983 
November 1, 1983 
November 9, 1983 
November 30, 1983 
December 1, 1983 
February 22, 1984 
February 23, 1984 
February 23, 1984 
July 30, 1984 
August 2, 1984 



These gifted servants have examplified a high level of competency, integrity, and 
commitment to the varied ministries to which they feel called. The Yates Baptist Associ- 
ation is blessed to have had the opportunity to share with these individuals. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Larry Harper, Chairman 

Report of the Radio & Television Committee 

(Report of the Acts Board of Durham) 

The work of the ACTS Board of Durham thus far has been that of preparation and 
laying ground work for a future ministry through local cable TV. The board met on 
numerous occasions in the last year. At this point, 15 churches have given serious com- 
mitment to the work of sponsoring a local ACTS affiliate in Durham Cablevision. We 
have determined that the cost of a broadcast station of any power level is beyond our- 
means at this time. The alternative of cable TV requires an investment of only 10-20 
thousand dollars. In addition, each ACTS Board member church must contribute 10 
cents per month. We urge all uninvolved churches to become a part of the ACTS Board. 

Our most pressing challenge is to obtain a channel from Durham Cablevision. The 
availability is small and the demand great. Meeting with Cablevision officials has thus 
far yielded few results; but, we intend to continue until God grants a successful conclu- 
sion to our efforts. The ongoing work to acquire a channel will be greatly aided by a re- 
cent survey conducted in a number of our churches. It will help demonstrate the serious 
need for quality programming, such as ACTS will provide. 

Those involved believe this ministry to be one which can pay tremendous dividends in 
the years ahead. In our media-oriented culture, we must convey the gospel by means of 
television, yet do this with integrity. ACTS offers the perfect vehicle to accomplish this 
goal. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Mac Bare, Chairman 



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(Report of the Baptist TelNet Committee) 

As a result of the feasibility study the BTN Feasibility Committee was asked to make, 
we wish to make the following recommendation to Yates Baptist Association. 

Whereas our committee held two awareness meetings to inform churches of 
our association about BTN, 

Whereas our committee surveyed the churches in the association and received 
responses from 41%, 

Whereas based on the above and our own personal study we wish to make the 
following recommendation. 

We, the BTN Feasibility Committee, recommend as the funds become avail- 
able the association should purchase the necessary equipment to receive the BTN 
signal and to make these programs available to the churches in our association by 
way of video tape. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Thomas C. Newboult, Chairman 

Report of the Senior Adults 

The Senior Adult group of the Yates Association has had another great year. Attend- 
ance at the quarterly meetings with a hundred or more present has indicated the desire of 
senior adults to be together in good fellowship. As days and years go by the need to be 
together increases and friendships grow. 

The programs during this year have been interesting and stimulating. In November 
the meeting was at Gorman and we had the pleasure of hearing the Gorman Senior 
Adult group present the new musical for adults, "He's My Father/' under the direction 
of Herbert Gray. It was inspiring to have Dr. Harry E. Byrd, our missionary home on 
furlough, give a report on the work in Guatemala and to acquaint us with the political 
situation in this country, at our meeting at Edgemont in February. Mrs. Ann Johnson, 
executive director of the Durham Coordinating Council for Senior Citizens, spoke and 
showed slides on the opportunities for help available through the Council at the May 
meeting at Angier Avenue. At Carrboro in August it was delightful to have Mrs. Betty 
Eagle give a conceit of familiar songs. She inspired all of us to use our talents for others. 

Travel still plays an important part in the lives of senior adults many of whom have 
not had this opportunity before. Some of the places visited have been Niagara Falls, 
Toronto, Nova Scotia and the Maritime Provinces, Nashville, Mobile, Natchez and 
New Orleans. Several groups went to Europe and witnessed the Oberammergau Passion 
Play, this year being the 350th anniversary of the play. 

Conferences and retreats at Caraway and Ridgecrest continue to attract many senior 
adults. Also a group attended an adult conference in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. 

Do you enjoy being with others in wonderful Christian fellowship? Then there is a 
place for you at the Yates Senior Adult quarterly meetings in November, February, May 
and August as we share a covered-dish luncheon. Won't you join us? 

Respectfully submitted, 
Mrs. Floyd Rhodes, Jr., President 



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Report of the Singles 30-50 



! Singles 30-50 of the Yates Baptist Association had a great year in 1983-84. Some 45 
ersons representing at least 20 association churches participated in our gatherings 
jhich were held the second Saturday of each month. Officers of the group responded to 
Invitations from two churches to inform their membership of the purpose of Singles 
jb-50. Our goal is to provide social opportunities for Christian singles ages 30-50 in an 
biosphere that promotes Christian values. Included in our monthly activities were a 
rthristmas drama, a visit to the North Carolina Zoological Park and a trip to Snow 
jjfamp for an outdoor drama. During the year, group members shared their joys as well 
m their sorrows - the joy of a marriage of a member and the sorrow of several bereaved 
members. Our group greatly appreciated the efforts of the association in helping Yates 
Ihurch publicize the Singles Seminar held at the church in February. A special thanks to 
jina Abel, secretary, and Richard Billings, program chairman, and all those "unnam- 
p" people who contributed so much. As the number of single adults increases in the 
fates Association, the need will continue for an active support group for Christian 
Jingles. We look forward to another great year. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Frank Shipp, President 

Report of the Singles Over 50 

The first Saturday of each month is a time that Singles Over 50 look forward to. For 
\pai\y 10 years those who have never married, or are single because of death, divorce or 
jparation meet for a good time of fellowship and inspiration. We welcome new 
tembers to our organization. During the past year we have lost one member because of 
sath and another, the president, Inez Ferguson, left because of marriage. 
|| Meeting places vary between a cafeteria and the churches. When meeting at a 
lifeteria, it is at 4:30 so the group can get away before the Saturday night trade arrives. 
Meetings at the churches are covered dish, or the church hosting supplies refreshments, 
he program chairmen have kept the group well entertained and informed. At the 
lecember meeting we were honored with a mini-concert by the talented blind singer, 
jetty Eagle. The July meeting was also an outstanding one as we welcomed our director 
|f missions, Marvin Settle and his family. Mr. Settle challenged us in a very wonderful 
ijay. At the same meeting, Mr. and Mrs. John Laverty shared their talents with intru- 
, jiental and vocal selections. 

, ) We have ministered to others through giving Gideon Bibles and money to the Salva- 
pn Army and Rescue Mission. The secretary is careful to send get well cards and sym- 
lithy cards as the needs arise. 

| We look forward to a 10th anniversary meeting, March of 1985. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Helen K. Mumford, President 

Report of the Student Work Committee 

Yates Baptist Association is unique in that two major universities, the University of 
torth Carolina at Chapel Hill and Duke University, are located within its geographical 
Mindaries. The associaton supports Baptist Student Unions on both of these campuses, 



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through both its budget and the Student Work Committee. In return BSU students an 
involved in outreach ministries within the association. Outreach teams lead youth 
meetings and retreats, worship services, and special programs on campus ministry. Th( 
Carolina BSU has a 50-voice choir which is available for worship and concerts, and th< 
Duke BSU has an ongoing nursing home ministry in Durham. 

Funding is a must within the association to keep strong ongoing activities for thes< 
students. We are most grateful for both the foresight and the insight of the associationa 
Finance Committee in providing necessary funds for such activities. The committee hai 
placed in its 1984 budget amounts of $3,100 for UNC and $1,300 for Duke for the Stu 
dent Affairs Committee and its activities. Our thanks to those on the committee whc 
have given time and work for providing opportunities for our youth. 

Respectfully submitted 
Joe B. Zimmerman, Chairmai 

Report of Yates Village, Inc. 

In May 1983 the Yates Baptist Association in a board meeting appointed nine trustee; 
of Yates Village, Inc. and approved guidelines for organization and annual reporting 

The trustees have qualified Yates Village for IRS tax exempt donations, adoptee 
development programs emphasizing spiritual relationships of occupants to their loca 
church, health care programs as need justifies, long-term financial solvency of tl 
home, and quality of design and construction to maintain value and desirability of tl 
physical plant. 

Land use and site plans, apartment building designs, cost of entrance and progran 
maintenance, and initial health care space, are established. Long-term financial stability 
is planned, and a development financing program begun. 

The development fund raising program was started last spring, shows promise of pro 
viding most of the necessary funds. The trustees and committee were not able to com 
plete most of the soliciting in the short time period, but from a hundred contacts and 
replies gained donation commitments for about $120,000. Also, one individual notifiet 
the board that he has incorporated in his will to provide about $150,000 for operations 
needs. There are encouraging indications of other donations. 

The trustees feel that item number 2 of Statment of Intention from the receipt of th 
original eight acres, "It is understood and agreed that in the event that a substantia 
beginning is not made on the Retirement Village by June 1, 1984 that it will be returnei 
to the grantors' donors in the same manner in which it has been received.", has beei 
met with the fund raising program conducted, curbing, guttering, water, and sewe 
added to the sight and applications being accepted. 

Residency information is available to interested persons, copies are sent to all membel 
churches, and additional copies are at the Yates Association office. Application am 
contract forms have been requested by approximately 30 persons in the past month 
Comments indicated general acceptance and appreciation of the program, location 
plans and prices. There is reluctance to commit to plans before any construction is done 
It is anticipated that applications for occupancy will increase substantially when cor 
struction begins. 

The trustees are providing incentives to encourage early commitment, as in refun 
policy and initial prices. When sufficient qualified applicants indicate their choice c 
Yates Village with deposit payments, construction of homes soon will begin. The earliej 
occupancy may be the middle of next summer. 

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1 The trustees greatly appreciate the careful review of their work by the association, and 
|khe financial support and encouragement of many local Baptists. 

2 All Baptists can help this program by: 

(1) advising elderly people who may soon need Yates Village 

(2) encouraging donations for development funds, for tax exempt benefits and for 
help to people who need these services and cannot now afford them 

(3) helping develop spiritual and recreational enrichment programs for the occu- 
! I pants. 

i Then Yates Baptist Association will be helping some of our very deserving friends 
Jjwith a type of care through Christian ministry that many need. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Fred Herndon, Chairman 

YATES VILLAGE TRUSTEES 

Fred Herndon, Chairman 3323 Hope Valley Rd., Durham 27707; 493-3408 

Rev. Carl Herweyer, Vice Chairman Braggtown Baptist Church, P.O. Box 15022, 

Durham 27704; 477-6440 

iMiss Doris Lindsay, Secretary 112 High St., Carrboro 27510; 929-2419 

iBilly Judd, Treasurer 501 Hugo St., Durham 27704; 477-3528 

|Mrs. Linda S. Chandler, Public Relations Director 106 Stallings Rd., Durham 

' ; 27703; 596-6971 

|Dr. William Creasman 2944 Friendship Rd., Durham 27705; 289-7809 

R.E. Daughtry 4117 King Charles Rd., Durham 27704; 493-1571 

A.B. Stone, Jr 2700 Bexley Av., Durham 27707; 489-6433 

Frank Ward 1511 Ward St., Durham 27707; 688-1341 

Report of the Youth Council 

Due to some indecision in leadership of this committee until late spring there were on- 
ly two events this year. In May we went to the Youth Evangelism Conference and in 
September we held a youth rally. 

IOnce again transportation was provided and enough kids to fill five buses met at 
Guess Road Church to go to Winston-Salem and the Youth Evangelism Conference. 
I However, only two buses showed up due to a foul-up by the bus company. The churches 
ji j that had buses and vans pitched in together and moved the youth on to the conference. 
I A little adversity, a little character built. 

1 First Church hosted the youth rally in September attended by youth from some 20 
churches. Bob and Esther Burroughs led "Walking the Talk." Youth of the association 
I participated in a choir, reading scripture and one solo. The youth were challenged to 
i | realize their gifts and give them to the Lord. Many responded, 
j Please consider participating and encouraging the youth of your church to come to 
B future events. 

I Respectfully submitted, 

II Fulton Hartzog, Chairman 

ii 
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1985 Proposed Budget 

Yates Baptist Association 



I. FELLOWSHIP, MISSIONS, & EVANGELISM 

101 Evangelism 

102 Baptist Campus Ministries 

102.1 UNC 

102.2 Duke 

103 Annual Meeting 

104 Key Leadership 

105 Missions Committee 

105.1 Summer Student Church Planters 

105.2 PSO Chaplaincy 

105.3 Leesville Road Chapel 

105.4 Prison & Jail Chaplaincy 

105.5 Intern 

105.6 Bahama Mission 

105.7 PACT Blitz 

106 Literacy 

107 Contact 

108 RTM Committee 

109 Singles Over 50 

110 Singles 30-50 

1 1 1 Senior Adults 

112 Community Ministries 

113 Life Enrichment 

1 14 Christian Life Committee 

II. PERSONNEL 

201 Director of Missions 

201.1 Base Support 

201 .2 Housing Allowance 

202 Administrative Assistant 

203 Secretary 

204 Bookkeeper 

205 Camp Caretaker 

206 Janitor 

207 Automobile Expense 

207.1 Director of Missions 

207.2 Administrative Assistant 

208 Retirement 

208.1 Director of Missions 

208.2 Administrative Assistant 

208.3 Secretary 

209 Hospitalization 

Director of Missions 

210 Insurance 

210.1 Director of Missions 

210.2 Administrative Assistant 



$ 800.00 

3,100.00 
1,300.00 

600.00 

450.00 

4,000.00 

1,800.00* 

1,200.00 

1,200.00** 

2,000.00 

3,600.00 

1,250.00 

350.00 

600.00 
50.00 

100.00 

100.00 

100.00 

500.00 
3,500.00 
1,000.00 

$ 27,600.00 



18,512.24 
12,440.00 
14,000.00 
8,517.60 
1,865.00 
4,725.00 
600.00 

2,000.00 
300.00 

1,200.00 
1,400.00 
851.76 

2,175.84 

396.36 
150.00 



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21 1 Social Security 

211.1 Director of Missions (taxable) 1 ,826. 16 

211.2 Other Employees 2,100.00 

III. ORGANIZATIONS 



301 


Library & Visual Aids 


% 750.00 


302 


Youth Council 


875.00 


303 


Ministers' Conference 


240.00 


304 


Sunday School 


i c\f\r\ r\r\ 

1,900.00 


305 


Church Training 


700.00 


306 


IT T X K T T 

W.M.U. 


i f\t\ 
1,570.00 


307 


Brotherhood 


900.00 


308 


Music 


1,750.00 


309 


Deacons' Committee 


500.00 


310 


Seminary Extension 


100.00 


311 


ACTS 


100.00 


312 


Convention/Conference Director 


1,500.00 


313 


Convention/Conference Secretaries 


700.00 



OFFICE & ADMINISTRATION 

401 Utilities 6,300.00 

402 Miscellaneous 500.00 

403 Equipment & Repairs 2,000.00 

404 Insurance 200.00 

405 Workers' Compensation 350.00 

406 Promotion & Study 500.00 

407 Printing 2,500.00 

408 Postage 4,500.00 

409 Directory 100.00 

410 Service Contracts 2,100.00 

411 Supplies 3,000.00 

412 Rent 4,800.00 

413 Copying Machine 2,000.00 

414 Strategy Planning 1,250.00 

415 Audit 750.00 



$ 73,059.96 



$ 11,585.00 



$ 30,850.00 

V. PROPERTIES & MANAGEMENT 

501 Garrett Road Property (property tax) 125.00 

502 Camp Operating Expenses 5,000.00 

503 Camp Insurance 800.00 

$ 5,925.00 

TOTAL $149,109.96 

*$ 600.00 to be supplied by the Baptist State Convention 
**$ 1,200 to be supplied by the Baptist State Convention 

Report of the Auditor 

We have examined the statement of assets, liabilities and fund balances arising from 
cash transactions of Yates Baptist Association as of December 31, 1983 and 1982, and 



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the related statement of revenues collected and expenditures paid for the years then 
ended. Our examination was made in accordance with generally accepted auditing stan- 
dards and, accordingly, included such tests of the accounting records and such other 
auditing procedures as we considered necessary in the circumstances. 

As described in Note No. 1, the association's policy is to prepare its financial state- 
ments on the basis of cash receipts and disbursements; consequently, certain revenues 
and the related assets are recognized when received rather than when earned, and certain 
expenses are recognized when paid rather than when the obligation is incurred. Accord- 
ingly, the accompanying financial statements are not intended to present financial posi- 
tion and results of operations in conformity with generally accepted accounting prin- 
ciples. 

In our opinion, the financial statements referred to above present fairly the assets, lia- 
bilities and fund balances arising from cash transactions of Yates Baptist Association as 
of December 31, 1983 and 1982, and the revenues collected and expenditures paid dur- 
ing the years then ended, on the basis of accounting described in Note No. 1, which basis 
has been applied in a manner consistent with that of the preceding year. 

Bailey, Self, Harris and Company 

Statement of Assets, Liabilities and Fund Balances 

December 31, 1983 and 1982 

Revised 
Note #3 

1983 1982, 
ASSETS i 

CURRENT ASSETS: 



Cash in Bank 


$ 63,323.22 


$ 32,822.46f 


Temporary Investments - Note #2 


109,810.32 


108,852.301 


Total Assets 


$173,133.54 


$141,674.76 


LIABILITIES AND FUND 


BALANCES 




LIABILITIES 


$ 0.00 


$ 0.00 


FUND BALANCES: 






Camp Expansion 


44,351.97 


41,040.22 


Camp Swimming Pool 


167.94 


150.72 


Association Savings 


60,979.79 


54,833.10 


Church Expansion 


5,336.17 


13,798.94' 


New Work 


245.77 


245.77 


New Work Revolving 


1,905.03 


1,905.03 


General Fund Surplus 


60,146.87 


29,700.98 


Total Fund Balances 


173,133.54 


141,674.76 


Total Liabilities and Fund Balances 


$173,133.54 


$141,674.76 



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Notes to Financial Statements 

December 31, 1983 



NOTE #1 - SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES 

ASH BASIS - The association's policy is to prepare its financial statements on the cash 
basis; consequently, certain revenues and the related assets are recognized when re- 

| ceived rather than when earned and certain expenses are recognized when paid rather 
than when the obligation is incurred. 

IXED ASSETS - The association's policy is to expense all fixed assets when acquired. 
Consequently, the financial statements do not reflect fixed assets, accumulated depre- 
ciation and depreciation expense. 

NOTE #2 - SHORT-TERM INVESTMENTS 

hort-term investments as of December 31, 1983, are as follows: 

COST 

U.S. Treasury Bills - Par Value - $115,000 $107,864.55 
Cash Equivalent Fund - Wheat First 

Securities 1,945.77 
Total $109,810.32 

NOTE #3 - REVISION 

All financial statements for December 31, 1982, have been revised to omit an accrual 
|or sales tax in the amount of $604.16. This adjustment resulted in a corresponding de- 
cease in the balance of General Fund Surplus at December 31, 1982, and in the State- 
bent of Cash Revenues and Expenditures for the year ended December 31, 1982. 



Annual Financial Statement 





Oct.-Dec. 1983 


Jan.-Sept. 1984 


:ash on hand 






Wachovia Checking 


$ 24,174.07 


$ 30,224.58 


Money Market 


31,126.32 


32,013.09 




$ 55,300.39 


$ 62,237.67 


RECEIPTS 






From Churches 


$ 26,488.40 


$ 78,779.53 


Sales Tax Refund 




608.99 


Interest from Checking 


205.83 


295.77 


Interest - Money Market 


886.77 


2,835.46 


New Work Fund Income 


10,084.00 


225.00 


Disaster Relief 




18,052.20 


Bahama Mission 




712.87 


Total Cash Available 


$ 92,965.39 


$163,747.49 


DISBURSEMENTS : 






fellowship, Missions, Evangelism 






Evangelism 


$ 340.00 


$ 327.00 


Baptist Campus Ministries 




2,290.00 


Annual Meeting 


434.06 


67.55 


Key Leadership 




379.05 



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Missions Committee 

(1) Summer Student Church Planter 

(2) PSO Chaplaincy 

(3) Leesville Road Chapel 

(4) Prison Ministry 
Literacy Committee 
Contact Teleministry 
RTM Committee 
Singles Over 50 
Singles 30-50 
Senior Adults 
Community Ministries 
Life Enrichment 
Yates Village 
Christian Life Committee 

Personnel 

Director of Missions 
Administrative Assistant 
Clerk 

BodXer one account in 1983 
Adm. Assistant's Travel 
Camp Caretaker 
Janitor 

Adm. Assistant's Retirement 
Adm. Assistant's Insurance 
Christmas Bonus 
Secretary's Retirement 
Director's Retirement 
Director's Insurance 
Director's Travel 
Director' Housing 
Search Committee 
Employee Bonus 
Office Improvements 
Loan 

Organizations & Training 
Library & Visual Aids 
Youth Council 
Ministers' Conference 
Sunday School 

(1) Ongoing 

(2) Metro Enlargement 
Church Training 
W.M.U. 
Brotherhood 

Music 

Convention/Conferences (Director) 
Convention/Conferences (Adm. Assistant) 
Seminary Extension 



Office & Administration 



Utilities 


1,197.95 


3,787.96 


Miscellaneous 


123.77 


418.27 


Equipment & Repairs 


122.03 


1,692.09 


Insurance 




97.00 


Workers' Compensation 




266.00 


Social Security 


512.98 


1,350.69 


Promotion & Study 




141.31 


Printing 


56.03 


1,057.46 


Postage 


1,202.09 


3,509.90 


Director 






Service Contracts 




1,573.31 


Supplies 


(143.44) 


2,497.72 


Rent 


1 ,200.00 


3,600.00 


T? T7 1 

Emergency Fund 


31.41 


(14.03) 


Accounting 


1,150.00 




Properties & Management 






Garrett Road Property 




120.72 


Camp Operating Expense 


(1,015.02) 


3,488.65 


Camp Insurance 


765.00 


Miscellaneous 






Sales Tax 


165.39 


587.12 


FICA Tax 


126.21 


(145.26) 


Federal Withholding Tax 


123.80 


(205.80) 


State Wittholding Tax 


184.23 




Designated Accounts 






Disaster Relief 




17,992.20 


rNcw wont runa .expenses 






rsanama rviission 




/ IZ.o / 


TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS 


$ 30,727.72 


$116,575.92 


Cash on Hand, Wachovia 


$ 30,224.58 


$ 9,823.02 


Cash on Hand, CCB Money Market 


32,013.09 


37,348.55 


TOTAL CASH ON HAND 


$ 62,237.67 


$ 47,171.57 



History of Farrington Road Baptist Church 

The church was organized August 23, 1979. It was named New Hope Baptist Church. 
The church called Rev. Jimmy L. Nickelston as pastor. 

The first service was held on October 7, 1979 at Colonial Preschool Building, on 
Legion Road in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. The church began with forty-eight (48) 
charter members. 

New Hope Baptist Church received help from sister churches in the form of hymn 
books, chairs, and furniture. 
The first budget totaled $32,555.00. 

In May 1980 New Hope Baptist Church began the study of Journey Into Lifestyle 
Evangelism and Ministry. This led up to a Renewal Weekend, October 17-19, 1980. 
On September 28, 1980 the church adopted a constitution and bylaws. 



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In August 1981 New Hope Baptist Church acquired the deed to seven (7) acres of land 
on Farrington Road. This land was donated to the church by Mrs. Cleora Hudson. 

In October 1981 the name of the church was changed from New Hope Baptist Church i 
to Farrington Road Baptist Church. 

The church experienced two moves during 1982. On September 19, 1982, Farrington 
Road Church members moved to Coggin Plaza on the Chapel Hill Boulevard, and in 
November 1982 the church moved to the Channel 28 building on Highway 54. 

Construction began on a new building in September 1983. The building was occupied 
on Sunday, June 17, 1984. 

Farrington Road Bpatist Church held a Service of Dedication on Sunday, October 21, 
1984. 

History of West Durham Baptist Church 

In the autumn of 1892 in a one-room box house on Ferrell Street, Durham, North 
Carolina, the West Durham Baptist Church was organized. The Rev. W.H. Stanfield 
was the organizer and first pastor. Under the pastorate of Rev. Stanfield, a small new i 
building was erected about 20 feet by 30 feet in dimension. 

It is significant that after the pastorate of Rev. Thompson who served the church for | 
about 12 months, Rev. Stanfield the organizer, became the minister and served the'; 
church for a few years. The exact number of years of his second pastorate is unknown,! 1 
but a number of candidates were baptized and added to the church. A part of the Stan-j 
field family still holds membership in the West Durham Baptist Church. 

It was under the pastor, the Rev. Simmons, that an annex was built to the church and 
the membership was increased. 

Succeeding Rev. Simmons came the Rev. J.T. Peace. During his pastorate the church 
enjoyed prosperity and grew spiritually as well as financially. The last annex was built to 
the church building located on Ferrell Street, and during this time many members were 
added to the church. 

The successor of Rev. Peace was Rev. Scott. This minister served the church faithfully 
until his death. Rev. Johnson became the first pastor to be called by death while serving 
as minister of the church. During the shepherding of Rev. Johnson the church pur- 
chased the lot on Thaxton Avenue where the church was later built and served as the 
place of worship for 46 years. Very little had been done to liquidate the debt on the new- 
ly purchased lot, however, when Rev. Johnson became ill, but the lot was in the posses- 
sion of the church at his death. 

The Rev. T.A. Grady became the next pastor. Rev. Grady developed the members 1 
along the lines of organization as well as along other lines. The indetedness on the land 
purchased was greatly reduced. 

At the close of the pastorate of Rev. Grady, the Rev. Thomas Carr Graham, was j 
called as minister. His pastorate was from March 1921 - July 1964, a period of 43 years, j 
With the cooperation of the church officers, Rev. Graham immediately formulated 
plans to finish paying for the land purchased on Thaxton Avenue and to outline a j 
building program for the anticipated new church. In presenting this program to the peo- 
pie, the pastor stressed the importance of true Christian stewardship. He emphasized 
that the church must be financed only by freewill offerings and tithes in accordance with 
Biblical teachings rather than by selling, contests, raffles or other artificial means. The 
church sanctuary located on Thaxton Avenue was completed in August 1924, and the 
finances had been raised and paid out, with a membership of less than 200 people. 



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Through the faithful and progressive leadership of Rev. T.C. Graham, the church 
aade steady progress. In the early part of 1939, he suggested and recommended that a 
juilding be erected for the church school, and through the faithful cooperation of the 
fficers and the congregation an Educational Building was completed in the fall of the 
ame year (1939). The West Durham Baptist Church became the first black congrega- 
ion in Durham to build an Educational Building, which provided for religious educa- 
|on and wholesome recreation. A few years later the first pipe organ was installed in the 
jiain sanctuary. 

In 1947, under the inspiration and leadership of Rev. Graham, a brick-veneering pro- 
pet was undertaken and completed. 

After the death of Dr. T.C. Graham, Rev. Frederick D. Terry became pastor for six 
ears. Great improvement in organization and spiritual growth took place under Rev. 
pr. Frederick Terry. The present building was built under his leadership. However, Rev. 
ferry left one year after the great project of building the church had been finished. 

In 1972 Rev. Dr. Harold J. Cobb was called as pastor. Many things have happened 
Or the betterment of the church. The membership has increased along with the Sunday 
Ichool. The church parking lot was paved and a day-care center was started under Rev. 
Cobb's leadership. He has reorganized the missionary program into mission districts, 
!nd has formed the Youth Commission. The church mortgage was paid off under the 
leadership of the present pastor. We thank God for the vision of the pastor and the dedi- 
cated membership that undertook this great task. To God be the glory. 




Years for Publishing Church Histories in Minutes 



University and Watts Street 



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Durham Memorial and Cheek Heights 



• . Lowes Grove and Mount Carmel 



Homestead Heights and Fieldcrest 
Page Road and Parkwood 



Mount Moriah and Mount Gilead 



Holloway Street and Immanuel 



Mount Hermon and Ebenezer 



Yates and Olive Branch 

Temple and Angier Avenue 
Red Mountain and Ephesus 
. Grey Stone and Edgemont 



Trinity and Gorman 

. Guess Road and Calvary 
Plainview and Westwood 
. Park View and Bethesda 



. . . Bells and Cedar Fork 
. . Lystra and Braggtown 
Berea and Mount Pisgah 



Hope Valley and Cresset 



Faith and Ridgecrest 



Carrboro and Grace 
Lakewood and First 



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Farrington Road and West Durham 



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Meals for Associational & W.M.U. Annual Meetings 





1984 


1985 1986 


1987 1988 


1989 


W.M.U. Annual 


Group 


Group Group 


Group Group 


Group 




3 


4 1 


2 3 


4 


(Spring) 










Associational 


Group 


Group Group 


Group Group 


Group 


Annual Meeting 


1 


2 3 


4 1 


2 


(October) 




GROUP I 






Braggtown 


Grey Stone 


Mt. Hermon 


University Westwood 


Carrboro 


Guess Road 


Mt. Moriah 


Watts Street 




Ebenezer 


Immanuel 


Rose of Sharon 
GROUP II 


West Durham 




Bells 


Farrington Road Mt. Carmel 


Parkwood 




Cresset 


Lakewood 


Mt. Gilead 


Temple 




Ephesus 


Lystra 


Mt. Pisgah 
GROUP III 


Yates 




Calvary 


Faith 


Gorman 


Plainview 




Cheek Heights 


Fieldcrest 


Grace 


Red Mountain 




Durham Memorial First 


Holloway Street 


Ridgecrest 








GROUP IV 






Angier Avenue 


Cedar Fork 


Homestead Heights Olive Branch Page Road 


Berea 


Edgemont 


Hope Valley 


Park View 




Bethesda 


Good Samaritan Lowe's Grove 


Trinity 





Please note that churches are not asked to serve two meals in the same year. 

In Memoriam 

ANGIER AVENUE: Miss Nina Boyd, Mrs. Elizabeth Browning, Mr. Ralph Carpenter 
Mrs. Rosa Cates, Mr. M. Clifton Davis, Mrs. Lydia Fonville, Mr. Chester L. 
Gardner, Mrs. Fannie Gornto, Mr. Floyd R. Griffin, Mr. Ollie T. Hudson, 
Deacon Melvin I. Larsen, Mr. Talmage O'Neal, Mr. Lloyd Satterfield, Mrs. W.H, 
Sykes, Mr. James Underwood, Miss Celia Watts 

BELLS: Mrs. Ruby Fearrington 

BEREA: Ms. Lurline Lewter 

BETHESDA: Mr. James Gregory, Mrs. Pauline Powell, Mrs. Jessie Ferrell, Mrs. 

Lillian Mason, Mr. Johnny Minor, Mrs. Mary Gunn, Mrs. Hazel Fields, Mrs. Ellic 

Ferrell, Mrs. Capitola O'Neal, Mr. Marvin Tyndall, Mr. J.V. Ingram, Mr. Charles 

Holder (Deacon), Mr. Louis Cash 
BRAGGTOWN: Mrs. Lois Pate, Mrs. Mary Abbott, Mr. Alvis Herndon, Mr. Hubert, 

Gann, Mr. E. Tippett, Mrs. J.B. Tyndall 
CALVARY: Mrs. Ruth Meeks, Mr. S.J. Johnson, Mrs. Mamie Mitchell, Mrs. Heler 

Holder _ 65 _ 



; CARRBORO: Ms. Robin Lynn Tripp, Mr. Garland Hackney, Mr. Walter B. Riggsbee, 
Mr. Sidney Barker, Mrs. Lyler Ruth Franklin, Mr. John Guthrie 
CEDAR FORK: None 

CHEEK HEIGHTS: Mrs. Nettie Wood, Mr. John Perry, Mrs. Lela Allen, Mr. B. 
Mayton, Mrs. Ethel Straub, Mrs. Virginia Grissom 
I CRESSET: Mr. Bill Johnston, Mr. Luther Riley, Mr. Carlyle Livingston 
j DURHAM MEMORIAL: Mrs. Jeffie Roberts, Mrs. Beulah Rigsbee, Mr. Jeffrey Ray, 
Mr. D.B. Price, Mr. Ralph Cannady, Mrs. Alice Warren, Mrs. Rose Marie 
Laviner, Mrs. Peggy Mays, Mrs. Fannie H. Hart, Mrs. Luna Marks 
EBENEZER: Mrs. Eunice Wynne, Mrs. Peggy Jones, Mr. O.V. Cates, Mrs. Jessie 
Childers 

] EDGEMONT: Deacon Victor Braswell, Mrs. B.F. Denning, Mrs. Aline Grady, Mrs. 

Robert Hill, Mrs. Goldie Hurst, Mrs. Lela Ivey, Mrs. Tessie Keith, Mrs. Charles 

Pickett, Mrs. Exie Pipkins, Miss Patricia Rives, Mr. Asa V. Satterthwaite, Mrs. 

Leone Stone, Mrs. Alice Thomasson, Mrs. W.F. Webster 
j EPHESUS: Mrs. James M. Ferrell, Mrs. Edith Hege, Mr. Johnnie W. Johnson, Miss 

Anna Pope, Mrs. Sally Scott, Mrs. Pearl Taylor, Mr. W. Eustace Elliott (Deacon), 

Mrs. W. Eustace Elliott, Mr. Paul Barbour 
! FAITH: Mrs. Cora Hicks, Mr. Lamphyr Mitchell, Mr. Kenneth Hayes, Mr. J.V. 

Fletcher 

I FARRINGTON ROAD: None 
I FIELDCREST: Mr. R.L. Wilson 

I FIRST: Mrs. Lillie Flora, Mrs. D.V. McBride, Mrs. Lela Taylor, Mrs. Allyne Poole, 
Mr. Clyde Byrd, Mrs. E.A. Gooch, Mrs. Annie Daniel, George Blackwood, Mrs. 
Hallie Mangum, Mrs. Addie Scarboro, Mrs. Walter Ives, Mr. S.F. Griffitts, Miss 
Leah Pope 
GOOD SAMARITAN: None 

GORMAN: Deacon Robert Eugene Broughton, Mr. Thurman Bateman, Mr. James K. 

White, Mr. Linwood Harris, Mrs. Nannie Suitt, Mrs. Carrie Gibson, Mrs. Nora 

Weaver, Mrs. Nora Riddle, Mrs. Helen Bragg, Mr. James E. Johnson, Mr. James 

Hawkins, Mr. Henry P. Walker, Mrs. Allene Garrett 
I GRACE: Mrs. E.M. Cheek, Sr., Mrs. Flora Curico, Deacon W.L. Farthing, Sr., Mrs. 

Bessie Lowery, Miss Lannie Mills, Mr. Harvey Oakley, Mrs. Joe Parrish, Mr. 

W.T. Scott, Mrs. W.T. Tally, Miss Bertie Waller, Mrs. C.H. Wells 
j GREY STONE: Mrs. Louise Best, Mrs. Bessie Blake, Mrs. Ruth Broadwell, Mr. 

Bernard Clasey, Mr. George Clayton, Mrs. Geneva Davis, Mr. Aubrey Dean, Mrs. 

Minnie Dean, Mrs. Louise Dees, Mrs. Ector Ferguson, Mrs. Nell Garrard, Mr. 

Willie Harvell, Mrs. Nellie Harward, Mr. E.P. Hayes, Jr., Mr. Rayford 

Honecytt, Mr. E.H. Howard, Mrs. Nancy Matherly, Mrs. Louise Minton, Mrs. 

Flossie Moon, Mrs. Ruth Moore, Mr. Garland Morgan, Mrs. Irene Nash, Mr. 

Clyde Pickard, Mr. Earl Pollard, Mr. Eric Shepherd, Mr. John L. Sink, Sr., Mrs. 

Mary Suitt, Mr. H.T. Sykes, Mr. J.L. Westbrook, Mrs. Swanna Wilkins, Mrs. 

Roberta Williamson, Mr. F.J. Zeck 
I GUESS ROAD: Mrs. Maybell Lawrence 

j HOLLOWAY STREET: Mrs. C.E. Blackwell, Mr. James A. Deal, Mrs. Myrtie B. 
Gerringer, Mr. Roy D. Holmes (Deacon), Mrs. Virginia Poliquin, Mrs. Anna 
Jones Sykes, Mr. C.C. Wheeler, Mr. Otha L. West, Mrs. Lyman Wood 
HOMESTEAD HEIGHTS: Mrs. Louise Jones, Mr. Clyde Davis, Mrs. Nell 
Crutchfield 

! HOPE VALLEY: Mr. Richard Kyles, Mrs. Nannie Roberts 

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IMMANUEL: Mr. Carl Porterfield, Mrs. Virgie Marshall, Mr. Bill Cates, Mr. Charles 
Jarrett 

LAKEWOOD: J. Bennett Jackson, Blanche Winstead 
LOWES GROVE: Ray Shipp, Wortely Green, Claiborne Wynne 
LYSTRA: None 

MOUNT CARMEL: Maxaline Blackwood Oakley 

MT. GILEAD: Mrs. Lillian Mann, Mrs. Elizabeth Carpenter 

MOUNT HERMON: Paul Ferettino, Johnie Lee, Mack White, Mrs. J.O. Couch, Mr. 

Henry Harris, Commie Byrd, Mrs. Dave Clayton, Joe Perry, Claborn Rigsbee, 

Carl Griffin 
MT. MORI AH: Hubert Lassiter 

MT. PISGAH: Rev. C.E. Byrd, Mrs. Ruth Womble, Mr. George Farrell 

OLIVE BRANCH: Mrs. Betty M. Sexton, Mrs. Laurie King 

PAGE ROAD: Mrs. Mabel Ingram, Mrs. Margaret Stinnett 

PARK VIEW: Mr. Landon Uzzell, Mr. David Clayton, Mrs. L.B. Boney 

PARKWOOD: None 

PLAINVIEW: Clara Lunceford, Lewis Lunceford, Rhonda Edwards 
RED MOUNTAIN: Mr. Lamberth Gentry 
RIDGECREST: Mr. Steve George 

ROSE OF SHARON: Mr. Plybon Hester (Deacon), Mr. Herbert V. Glenn, Sr. 
(Deacon), Mr. Jessie Green (Deacon), Mr. Eddie Ferrell 

TEMPLE: Mr. Joe Ballenger, Mr. CP. Bowling, Mrs. Nell Byrd, Miss Frances Ellis, 
Mrs. Katherine Green, Mr. A.J. Gresham, Mrs. Arlean Harris, Miss Clara Justice, 
Deacon E.L. Kerley, Jr., Mrs. Edna Earl Lasater, Mrs. Effie Lyon, Mrs. Sarah 
Mann, Mrs. Lillie McDonald, Mr. James E. Pickard, Jr., Mrs. Loma Pittman, 
Mr. William A. Pope, Mrs. Jessie Mae Roberts, Mrs. Elizabeth Rogers, Mr. Edgar 
Taylor, Deacon Charles M. Walker, Mr. Robert Whitaker 

TRINITY: None 

UNIVERSITY: Mrs. J.O. (Emma Lucille) Blake, Mrs. Thomas (Pat) Gardner, Mrs. 

M.L. (Viola) Jacobs, Mr. Ray Jolly, Mrs. D.W. (Frankie) King, Mrs. R.E. 

(Frances) Muth, Mrs. O. Gordon (Mary) Perry 
WATTS STREET: Mr. Kemper N. Moseley, Mrs. Azzie S. Mills, Mr. Guy Moore III, 

Mr. Philip Kirkland, Leo J. Colclough, Mr. John Trexler, Mrs. Cammie Sugg, 

Mr. A. Derwin Cooper 
WEST DURHAM: Mr. William Fuller, Mrs. Rosa Artis, Deacon Joshua Richardson 
WESTWOOD: Mr. Fred Hicks, Mrs. Katherine Maynard, Mrs. E.W. Tilley, Mr. 

Henry Tucker (Deacon) 
YATES: Mr. John Bennett, Mrs. Willie Garrard, Mr. Joe King, Mr. Ed Sneed, MrsJ 

Virginia Elliott, Mrs. Luna Addison, Mr. Gus Ward, Mrs. Estelle Pickard, Mrs. 1 

E.J. Holt, Mrs. Ollie Byrd 




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Yates Baptist Association Churches 

•HURCHES MAILING ADDRESS TELEPHONE PASTOR 

iAngier Avenue: Box 11296, Durham 27703; 596-6430 - Crate Jones 

Bahama: 1212 Horton Rd., Durham 27704; - Ken Price 

j Bells: Rt. 3 Box 140, Apex 27502; 362-4392 - Chuck Miller 

Berea: 5111 Fayetteville Rd., Durham 27713; - J.A. Fogleman 

jBethesda: 1914 S. Miami Blvd., Durham 27703; 596-2158 - Ernest Ferrell 

Braggtown: P.O. Box 15022, Durham 27704; 477-6440 - Carl E. Herweyer 

Calvary: 1204 Lynn Rd., Durham 27703; 596-2592 - James E. West 

Carrboro: P.O. Box 156, Carrboro 27510; 967-3056 - Jesse J. Croom 

Cedar Fork: Rt. 1 Box 229, Morrisville 27560; - Fred Williams 

Cheek Heights: 826 N. Hardee St., Durham 27703; - Joe Bostic 

Cresset: 3707 Garrett Rd., Durham 27707; 489-2655 - Jerry Collins 

Durham Memorial: 2703 Holloway St., Durham 27703; 596-7350 - Gerald C. 

Goodwin 

Ebenezer: Rt. 2 Box 422-A, Durham 27705; 383-6668 - Tobie P. Stone, Jr. 
Edgemont: 1003 E. Main St., Durham 27701; 682-3251 - Forest Gale 
Ephesus: 4700 Ephesus Church & Pope Rds., 27707; 489^483 - Wofford C. Boyd 
Faith: 3321 Cheek Rd., Durham 27704; 682-8750 - Roger C. Wall 
Farrington Road: Rt. 12 Box 121, Chapel Hill 27514; 544-5260 - Jimmy L. 

Nickelston 

Fieldcrest: 1815 Glenn School Rd., Durham 27704; 682-1248 - Thomas E. Rush 

iFirst: 414 Cleveland St., Durham 27701; 688-7308 - Charles Harris 
Good Samaritan: P.O. Box 15788, Durham 27703; 688-5888 - Harold J. Cobb, Jr. 
Gorman: 3315 E. Geer St., Durham 27704; 688-3947 - Julian M. Motley 
Grace: 1004 N. Mangum St., Durham 27701 ; 688-6765 - Frank Zedick 
Grey Stone: P.O. Box 2686, Durham 27705; 286-2281 - Malbert Smith, Jr. 
Guess Road: 3102 Guess Rd., Durham 27705; 477-4893 - Benny Littlejohn 
Holloway Street: 1415 Holloway St., Durham 27703; 688-4711 - Dewey W. Ken- 
Homestead Heights: 4007 Holt School Rd., Durham 27704; 477-3859 - Larry Harper 
Hope Valley: 6900 Garrett Rd., Durham 27707; 493-1809 - James I. Murphy 
Immanuel: 3573 Hillsborough Rd., Durham 27705; 383-1422 - Dennis Hill 

iiLakewood: 2100 Chapel Hill Rd., Durham 27707; 489-2537 - Everette J. Smith 
Lowe's Grove: 4430 S. Alston Av., Durham 27713; 544-1888 - Robert L. Clegg 
'Leesville Road: P.O. Box 566, Wake Forest 27587; - John Smith 

, Lystra: Rt. 7 Box 152, Chapel Hill 27514; 933-6324 - Bryan J. Chestnutt 
Mt. Carmel: Rt. 7 Box 224, Chapel Hill 27514; 933-8565 - David Lee* 
Mt. Gilead: Rt. 4 Box 120, Pittsboro 27312; 542-2431 - Lee Harris 
Mt. Hermon: Rt. 1 Box 389, Durham 27705; 383-2982 - Jerry Harper 
Mt. Moriah: Rt. 7 Box 182, Durham 27707; 489-3425 - Robert D. Weatherly 
Mt. Pisgah: Rt. 3 Box 16, Apex 27502; 362-7951 - Joe B. Zimmerman 
Olive Branch: 123 Olive Branch Rd., Durham 27703; 596-8907 - Harold L. Rumfelt 
Page Road: Rt. 4 Box 327, Durham 27703; 596-3968 - Stanley Bergquist 
Park View: 2500 Acadia St., Durham 27704; 477-7497 - Richard T. Davis 
Parkwood: 1515 Clermont Rd., Durham 27713; 544-1347 - Robert L. Newton* 
Plainview: Rt. 5 Box 688, Durham 27704; 682-2591 - Ed Denton* 
Red Mountain: P.O. Box 103, Rougemont 27572; - Tom Jordan 

, j Ridgecrest: 222 Midland Rd., Durham 27712; 477-5426 - Carl K. Garner 
Rose of Sharon: 4103 Guess Rd., Durham 27712; 477-3993 - Charles E. Rutt 

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Temple: 807 W. Chapel Hill St., Durham 27701; 688-7397 - M. Clay Warf 
Trinity: 2123 So Hi Dr., Durham 27703; 596-6407 - Benny Barron 
University: P.O. Box 508, Chapel Hill 27514; 942-2157 - Thomas W. Downing, Jr 
Watts Street: P.O. Box 3003, Durham 27705; 688-1366 - Robert F. McClernon 
West Durham: 1901 Athens St., Durham 27707; 682-4453 - Harold J. Cobb, Sr. 
Westwood: 2031 W. Club Blvd., Durham 27705; 286-1593 - Emory McMillan Bar. 
Yates: 2819 Chapel Hill Rd., Durham 27707; 489-2309 - C. Ronald Cumbie 
Yates Association: 2821 Chapel Hill Rd., Durham 27707; 489-3396 - Marvin B. 

Settle, Jr 

♦Interim ** Mission 

Pastors 

ANGIER AVENUE 

Crate H. Jones, 3106 Appling Way, Durham 27709; (h) 596-6619, (c) 596-6430 
BELLS 

Chuck Miller, Rt. 3, Apex 27502; (h) 362-4352, (c) 362-6090 
BEREA 

Jay A. Fogleman, 1811 Dial St., Durham 27713; (h) 544-3471, (c) 544-7151 
BETHESDA 

Ernest H. Ferrell, 2915 Ellis Rd., Durham 27703; (h) 596-8855, (c) 596-2158 
BRAGGTOWN 

Carl E. Herweyer, 3218 Roxboro Rd., Durham 27704; (h) 477-6440, (c) 477-64401 
CALVARY 

James E. West, 518 Pleasant Dr., Durham 27703; (h) 596-2593, (c) 596-2592 
CARRBORO 

Dr. Jesse J. Croom, P.O. Box 156, Carrboro 27510; (h) 967-3056, (c) 967-3056 
CEDAR FORK 

Fred Williams III, Rt. 1 Box 229, Morrisville 27560; (h) 544-4019, (c) none 
CHEEK HEIGHTS 

Joe Bostic, 826 Hardie St., Durham 27703; (h) 683-1019, (c) 683-1019 
CRESSET 

Jerry K. Collins, 4305 Talcott Dr., Durham 27705; (h) 383-4929, (c) 489-2655 
DURHAM MEMORIAL 

Gerald C. Goodwin, 2703 Holloway St., Durham 27703; (h) 596-2871, (c) 596-735j 
EBENEZER 

Dr.Tobie P. Stone, Jr., 505 Hunter Dr., Durham 27712; (h) 471-0291, (c) 383-666 
EDGEMONT 

Forest M. Gale, Jr., 911 Ferncrest Dr., Durham 27705; (h) 471-8873, (c) 682-3251 
EPHESUS 

Wofford C. Boyd, 4700 Ephesus Church Rd., Durham 27707; (h) 489-5826, 

(c) 489-448 

FAITH 

Roger Wall, 3405 Cheek Rd., Durham 27704; (h) 688-7482, (c) 682-8750 
FARRINGTON ROAD 

Jimmy L. Nickelston, 633 Morreene Rd., Durham 27705; (h) 383-7093, (c) 544-526 
FIELDCREST 

Thomas E. Rush, 3613 Wishart St., Durham 27704; (h) 688-8522, (c) 682-1248 
FIRST 

Dr. Charles Harris, 2815 Fox Dr., Durham 27712; (h) 383-7212, (c) 688-7308 

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GOOD SAMARITAN 

Harold James Cobb, Jr., 912 Brandon PL, Durham 27713; (h) 596-4614, (c) 688-5888 
GORMAN 

Julian M. Motley, 3216 E. Geer St., Durham 27704; (h) 683-2397, (c) 688-3947 
GRACE 

Dr. Frank Zedick, 5611 Russell Rd., Durham 27712; (h) 383-1630, (c) 688-6765 
GREY STONE 

Malbert Smith, Jr., 3212 Sprunt Av., Durham 27705; (h) 383-2692, (c) 286-2281 
GUESS ROAD 

Benjamin Littlejohn, 2638 Kirk Rd., Durham 27705; (h) 471-6022, (c) 477-4893 
HOLLOWAY STREET 

Dr. Dewey W. Kerr, 708 W. Murray Av., Durham 27704; (h) 471-0324, (c) 688-4711 
HOMESTEAD HEIGHTS 

Dr. Lawrence O. Harper, 5616 Kiltshire Rd., Durham 27712; (h) 383-8527, 

(c) 477-3859 

HOPE VALLEY 

Dr. James I. Murphy, Rt. 3 Box 276-A, Durham 27713; (h) 544-3966, (c) 493-1809 
IMMANUEL 

W. Dennis Hill, 3573 Hillsborough Rd., Durham 27705; (h) 383-1422, (c) 383-1422 
LAKEWOOD 

Everette J. Smith, 2100 Chapel Hill Rd., Durham 27707; (h) 489-3677, (c) 489-2537 
LOWES GROVE 

Robert L. Clegg, 4424 S. Alston Av., Durham 27713; (h) 544-1184, (c) 544-1888 
LYSTRA 

Bryan Chestnutt, Rt. 7 Box 152, Chapel Hill 27514; (h) 933-6812, (c) 933-6812 
MOUNT CARMEL 

♦David W. Lee, 117 South Av., Wake Forest 27587; (h) 556-2672, (c) 933-8565 
MT. GILEAD 

Lee Harris, Rt. 4 Box 395, Pittsboro 27312; (h) 542-4492, (c) 542-2431 
MT. HERMON 

Jerry E. Harper, Sr., Rt. 1 Box 388, Durham 27705; (h) 383-5073, (c) 383-2982 
MT. MORIAH 

Robert Weatherly, Rt. 7 Box 182, Durham 27707; (h) 493-3765, (c) 489-3425 
MT. PISGAH 

Joe Zimmerman, Rt. 3, Apex 27502; (h) 362-4825, (c) 362-7951 
OLIVE BRANCH 

Harold Rumfelt, 339 Olive Branch Rd., Durham 27703; (h) 596-0928, (c) 596-8907 
PAGE ROAD 

Stanley E. Berquist, 1007 Glenco Rd., Durham 27703; (h) 596-7241, (c) 596-3968 
PARK VIEW 

Richard T. Davis, 703 Newsome St., Durham 27704; (h) 471-1049, (c) 477-7497 
PARKWOOD 

*Dr. Robert Newton, N.C. State Baptist Association, Raleigh; (h) unknown, 

(c) 544-3147 

PLAINVIEW 

None at Present (c) 682-2591 

RED MOUNTAIN 

Dr. Tommy Jordan, P.O. Box 103, Rougemont 27572; (h) 477-3657, (c) none 
RIDGECREST 

Carl K. Garner, 104 Masset Rd., Durham 27712; (h) 471-3060, (c) 477-5426 

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ROSE OF SHARON 

Charles E. Rutt, 4109 Guess Rd., Durham 27712; (h) 477-3857, (c) 477-3993 
TEMPLE 

Dr. M. Clay Warf, 3748 Hermine St., Durham 27705; (h) 477-8527, (c) 688-7397 
TRINITY 

Benton H. Barron, 2203 So Hi Dr., Durham 27703; (h) 596-0440, (c) 506-6407 
UNIVERSITY 

Thomas W. Downing, Jr., 826 Shady Lawn, Chapel Hill 27514; (h) 967-2921, 

(c) 942-2157| i 

WATTS STREET 

Robert E. McClernon, P.O. Box 3003, Durham 27705; (h) 688-1366, (c) 688-1366 * 
WEST DURHAM 

Dr. Harold J. Cobb, Sr., 912 Brandon Rd., Durham 27713; (h) 596-2345, 

(c) 682-4453 

WESTWOOD 

Emory M. Bare, 1301 Virginia Av., Durham 27705; (h) 286-5575, (c) 286-1593 
YATES 

C. Ronald Cumbie, 227 Monticello Av., Durham 27707; (h) 489-7507, (c) 489-2309 

Associate/Assistant Pastors 

Angier Avenue Rev. W. Fulton Hartzog, 5113 Shagbark Dr., (09), 596-1253*! 

Durham Memorial Rev. H. Moran Whitley, 2721 Holloway St., (03), 596-6387 

Ebenezer Rev. Elmo Whitaker, 1706 Avondale Dr., (01), 688-2048? 

Edgemont Rev. Mark Moser, 103Vi Hardee St., (03), 682-0678 

Faith Ken Gowin, 70 McDowell Av., Wake Forest 27587; 556-4812'] 

Gorman Rev. Wayne Schlink, 2532 Ardsley Dr., (04), 688-42661 

Homestead Heights Rev. Daniel W. Parker, 912 Loraine Av., (04), 477-93171 

Lowes Grove Mark Byrd, Box 2224, Southeastern Baptist Seminary, Wake Forestl 

27587| 

Mt. Hermon Rev. Thomas Noyes, 1840 Wilshire Av., Raleigh 27608J 

Park View Roger Lee, 2308 N. Roxboro Rd., (04), 477-1222J 

Plainview Rev. Ed Denton, Rt. 5 Box 721 A, (04), 682-2* 

Ridgecrest Rev. Larry Taylor, 3018 Little River Dr., Hillsborough 27278; 471-2468! 

Trinity Rev. Bill A. Landers, 26 McDowell Dr., Wake Forest 275871 

Westwood Rev. John S. Hammett, 708 Wisteria Av., (04), 477-1 155S 

Ministers of Education 

Braggtown Rev. R.A. Wortham, 107 Bradley Cir., (13), 544-6131 

Calvary Mrs. Beverly McQuarry, 612 Midway Av., (03), 596-47981 

Carrboro Mrs. Beth Greene, P.O. Box 156, Carrboro 27510; 967-3056! 

Cresset Rev. Roger Grossmann, 1325 Cole Mill Rd., (05), 383-9219! 

Durham Memorial Rev. H. Moran Whitley, 2721 Holloway St., (03), 596-6387 

Grace Rev. Samuel E. Young, 509 Rice Cir., Wake Forest 27587; 556-47601 

Grey Stone Rev. Wallace Fowler, 2920 38-A Chapel Hill Rd., (07), 489-89911 

Hope Valley Jimmy D. Camp, 1 1 1 Bren Rose Cir., (05), 383-35491 

Plainview Rev. Ed Denton, Rt. 5 Box 721 A, (04), 682-25' 

Ridgecrest Wiley Oakley, 4907 Seterra Bend, (12), 477-1083| 



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ikple Rev. J. Harold Craig, 2519 Wilbon St., (04), 471-4688 

lliiversity Majorie Jane Harris, L-4 Colony Apts., Ephesus Church Rd., 

Chapel Hill 27514; 929-1097 

'jatts Street Rev. Richard E. Chorley, P.O. Box 3003, (05), 688-1366 

lites Rev. Thomas C. Newboult, 3006 University Dr., (07), 493-4289 

Ministers of Youth 

] :11s William Randy Cruse, 7208 Stuart Dr., Raleigh; 847-0855 

jj:thesda Bo Little, 3707 Ester Dr., (03), 596-7750 



Kilvary John McQuarry, 612 Midway Av., (03), 596-4798 

Arrboro Rev. Lee Ray Greene, P.O. Box 156, Carrboro 27510; 967-3056 

dbrham Memorial Rev. Jeffrey M. Lane, 5 McDowell Dr., Wake Forest 27587; 

556-1098 

ajjlgemont Rev. Mark Moser, 103 Vi Hardee St., (03), 682-0678 

liith Ken Gowin, 70 McDowell Av., Wake Forest 27587; 556-4812 

1st Rev. Parker Leake, 414 Cleveland St., (01), 477-9272 

fibrman Herbert B. Gray, 3307 E. Geer St., (04), 682-7548 

|ace Paul Langston, Rt. 2 Box 560, (05), 383-7316 

fey Stone Rev. Wallace Fowler, 2920 38-A Chapel Hill Rd., (07), 489-8991 

jolloway Street Nathan E. Ferrell, 1303 Leon St., Apt. G, (05), 477-9555 

iomestead Heights Rev. Daniel W. Parker, 912 Loraine Av., (04), 477-9317 

jope Valley Jimmy D. Camp, 1 1 1 Bren Rose Cir., (05), 383-3549 

fomanuel Rev. Bruce League, P.O. Box 2179, SEBTS, Wake Forest 27587; 

556-6270 

&stra Mrs. John A. Oldham, Rt. 7 Box 571-A, Chapel Hill 27514; 933-6629 

jt. Hermon Rev. Thomas Noyes, 1840 Wilshire Av., Raleigh 27608; 839-2050 

it. Moriah Rev. James Taylor, Rt. 7 Box 172-C, (07), 493-3889 

iSige Road Marc A. Francis, 2405 University Dr., (07), 596-6952 

lirkwood Michael Dunagan, 57 McDowell, Wake Forest 27587; 556-5884 

iainview Rev. Ed Denton, Rt. 5 Box 721-A, (04), 682-2540 

fdgecrest Marty Tobin, 1006 Leon St., Apt. 2, (04), 471-4028 

j|3se of Sharon Ronnie McCarson, 3790 Guess Rd., (05), 471-4313 

fbiple Rev. Robert Talley, 2115 Glendale Av., (04), 471-0758 

jrinity Rev. Bill Landers, 26 McDowell Dr., Wake Forest 27587; 372-3020 

[festwood Donald Albertson, 141 1 Maryland Av., (05), 286-5456 

lates Rev. Tedford F. Reed, 5814 Hulon Dr., (05), 493-6225 

Ministers of Recreation 

talvary John McQuarry, 612 Midway Av., (03), 596-4798 

iresset Arnold Lunn, 4003 Cornwallis Rd., (05), 489-5082 

Wham Memorial Rev. Jeffrey M. Lane, 5 McDowell Dr., Wake Forest 27587; 

556-1098 

by Stone Rev. W.T. Brogden, 612 Hugo St., (04), 477-0395 

mess Road Michael Harris, 5610 Kiltshire Rd., (12), 383-561 1 

jolloway Street Chester Rives, 1 141 N. Miami Blvd., (03), 688-8301 

age Road Tom Adcock, 2523 Rolling Pines, (03), 596-6720 

ilainview Rev. Ed Denton, Rt. 5 Box 721 A, (04), 682-2540 

;idgecrest Marty Tobin, 1006 Leon St., Apt. 2, (04), 471-4028 



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Church Secretaries 

Angier Avenue Mrs. Allen D. Austin, 104 Galax Ln., (09), 596-635 

Bells Mrs. Lyn Murphy, Rt. 2, Apex 27502; 362-939 

Berea Non 

Bethesda Betty Lamb, 1 107 Hyde Park, (03), 688-254 

Braggtown Mrs. Troy Hasty, 4817 Reigalwood Rd., (12), 477-644 

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Temple Rev. Robert Talley, 2115 Glendale Av., (04), 471-075 

West Durham Eugene Harrington, 621 Massey Av., (01), 682-39H C 

C 

Media Library Directors 

(The churches not listed have no Media Library Directors) 

Angier Avenue Mrs. John T. Laverty, 1508 Sycamore St., Durham 27707 

489-408 

Bethesda Eloys Lilly, 1407 S. Miami Blvd., Durham 27703; 596-223j j 

Braggtown Mrs. Ray Corn, 231 Latta Rd., Durham 27712; 477-298 

Calvary Mrs. Glenda LaCoste, 1838 Liberty St., Apt. A, Durham 27703; unliste 

Carrboro Mrs. Paula Setzer, 503 Lyon Ln., Chapel Hill 27514; 929-369 

Cheek Heights Mrs. Annie B. Moore, 1305 Junction Rd., Durham 27704; unliste^ 

Cresset Pam Stewart, 3088 E. Colony Rd., Durham 27705; 493-331 

Durham Memorial Mrs. Janice Sherron, Rt. 6 Box 343 J, Durham 27703; 596-808 

Fieldcrest Mrs. Ruth Markuson, 1615 Peace St., Durham 27701; 682-895 

First Mrs. Marjorie Watkins, 2501 State St., Durham 27704; 477-781 

Gorman Mrs. Cindy Gann, 1504 Logan St., Durham 27704; 682-269, 

Grace Mrs. E.B. Hobgood, 207 W. Murray Av., Durham 27704; 477-686| 

Grey Stone Mrs. Lilly Yu, 2320 Charlotte St., Durham 2770 

Holloway Street Miss Sheila Durham, 1213 N. Miami Blvd., Durham 27703 

682-782 

Homestead Heights Harry Phares, 509 Everett PL, Durham 27701; 682-806 

Hope Valley Mrs. Phyllis Edwards, 1714 Robin Hood Rd., Durham 27701 

688-319, 

Immanuel Mrs. Bill Coghill, 508 Parkview Dr., Durham 27712; 477-692 

Lakewood Pamella Stancill, 3010 University Dr., Durham 27707; 489 

Mt. Carmel Mrs. Ellen Cheek, Rt. 6 Box 518, Chapel Hill 27514; 933-797] 

Mt. Hermon Mrs. John VanMetre, 505 S. Mineral Springs Rd., Durham 27702 

596-091 

Mt. Moriah Mrs. Priscilla Nichols, 1507 Logan St., Durham 27704; 682-758 

Mt. Pisgah Miss Lora Sears, Rt. 3, Apex 27502; 363-629 

Olive Branch Mrs. Olga Toler, Rt. 6 Box 322, Durham 27703; 596-533 

Park View Mrs. Carlton Harrell, 410 Argonne Dr., Durham 27704; 477-536 

Plainview Mrs. George Woods, 2552 Ardsley Dr., Durham 27704; 688-860 

Red Mountain Mrs. Nancy Crabtree, Rt. 1 Box 28, Rougemont 27572; 364-828 

Ridgecrest Mrs. Ethel Crabtree, 205 Midland Rd., Durham 27712; 477-466 

University Liz Fisher, P.O. Box 2373, Chapel Hill 27514; 967-393 

Watts Street Barbara Newman, 4303 Rhew Dr., Durham 27704; 477-498 

Westwood Mrs. Linwood Tew, 706 Frazier St., Durham 27704; 477-461 

Yates Shirley Pickett, 3121 Pickett Rd., Durham 27705; 489-637 



IjCalvary Mrs. Margie Faulkner, 3224 Rowena Av., (03), 596-2318 

ijCarrboro Mrs. Judy Crow, P.O. Box 156, Carrboro 27510; 967-3056 

siCedarFork None 

ifcheek Heights Miss Kay Ladd, 441 1 Rhew Dr., (04), 477-1 137 

Cresset Mrs. Carol Roycroft, 3428 Randolph Rd., (05), 489-3079 

ijDurham Memorial Mrs. Mary Foushee, 109 N. Joyland Av., (03), 596-5845 

jfebenezer Alice Jarrell, Rt. 1 Box 332, Lot 28, (05), 383-6845 

JEdgemont Mrs. Ashland N. Gale, 626 Hammond St., (04), 477-5302 

JjEphesus Mrs. Claudia Cannady, 4700 Ephesus Church Rd., (07), 489-4483 

■Faith Bonnie O'Briant, 2631 Barwick Dr., (04), 688-7429 

■Farrington Road Linda Tingen, Rt. 12 Box 1 16, Chapel Hill 27514; 544-7090 

■Fieldcrest Mrs. Victoria Rush, 3613 Wishart St., (04), 688-8522 

■First Mrs. Barbara Atkinson, 104 Pinegate No. 2, Chapel Hill 27514; 489-1359 

■Good Samaritan Sanra Dove, P.O. Box 15788, (04) 

'■Gorman Mrs. Blanche Thornton, Rt. 1 Box 13, Bahama 27503; 477-8075 

■Grace Mrs. J.H. Royal, 4510 Cheshire Ct., (05), 383-5686 

jprey Stone Miss Louise Garrard, 1306-H Leon St., (05), 477-0551 

JQuess Road Mrs. Peggy Rhodes, 2637 Kirk Rd., (05) 477-8188 

jHolloway Street Mrs. Juanita Parnell, 302 Wellington Dr., (04), 471-1423 

jHomestead Heights Mrs. W.B. Turner, Oak Forest Dr., (12), 477-7692 

E" >pe Valley Mrs. Larry A. Taylor, 3018 Little River Dr., Hillsborough 27278; 
471-2468 
manuel Mrs. E.C. Cannon, 3721 Cambridge Rd., (05), 489-8382 
kewood Marilyn Dodson, 2723 Old Sugar Rd., (07), 493-7074 
^v>wes Grove Mary Hodgin, 3510 S. Alston Av., (13), 544-1651 

JLystra Miss Vivian Cole, Rt. 7 Box 565, Chapel Hill 27514; 933-2133 

JMt. Carmel Mrs. Grace Harris, Rt. 6 Box 296, Chapel Hill 27514; 933-7762 

pit. Gilead None 

h/it. Hermon Mrs. Wayland Godwin, Rt. 2 Box 659, Chapel Hill 27514; 383-4244 

JMt. Moriah Mrs. Barbara Walker, 6607 Barrett Rd., (05), 489-4307 

pit. Pisgah None 

lOlive Branch Mrs. Ruth Rumfelt, 339 Olive Branch Rd., (03), 596-8907 

iPage Road Mrs. Paige Ryder, 2105 Adventure Trail, (03), 596-8774 

IPark View Mrs. Sonny Newcomb, 6723 Lockwood Dr., (12), 477-6728 

jParkwood Ms. Joan Breese, 1240 Little Creek Rd., (13), 544-1566 

IPlainview Mrs.Roy Parton, 2708 Mansfield Av., (03), 596-4225 

jRed Mountain None 

fRidgecrest Mrs. Jacqueline McFarland, 5114 Kenwood Rd., (12), 471-2386 

feose of Sharon Mrs. Leslie Jarrell, 1205 Donphil Rd., (12), 471-8387 

iTemple Mrs. Daryl Poe, 3822 Hermine St., (05), 471-9281 

|Trinity None 

[University Jane Stephenson, 202 Carol St., Carrboro 27510; 942-2499 

I Watts Street Hildred E. Cassel, P.O. Box 3003, (05), 688-1366 

West Durham Linda McKinnie, 908 Corona St., (07), 688-8842 

Westwood Mrs. Ronald Lewis, 5931 Crabapple Rd., (12), 471-4804 

iYates Shirley Pickett, 3121 Pickett Rd., (05), 489-6376 



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Ordained Ministers 



ANGIER AVENUE 

Rev. Leon T. Bridgers (I), 2905 Monroe St., (07), 489-8913 
BETHESDA 

Ronald Benson, 1411 Tyonek Dr., (03), 596-1215 

Phillip Wiggins, 3215 Rochelle Dr., (03), 596-7772 
CEDAR FORK 

Rev. Don B. Brown (CH), 34 Olangapo Ln., Eatontown, NJ 07724; unknown 
CRESSET 

Rev. Hunter Hobgood (R), 3300 Shannon Rd., No. 19-C, (07), 493-1392 
Rev. Mike Stewart (O), 109 Hidden Valley, Chapel Hill 27514; 942-7842 
FIELDCREST 

Rev. Greg R. DeMarco (O), 100 McDowell Rd., Wake Forest 27587; 556-3369 
FIRST 

Jere Judd (I), 501 Hugo St., (04), 477-3528 
GORMAN 

Rev. John T. Edwards (R), 3208 E. Geer St., (04), 688-8446 
Rev. Carl Graham (PI), Rt. 4 Box 169-L, Wake Forest 27587; 556-3174 
GRACE 

James Bland, P.O. Box 392, (02), 489-2322 

Rev. Ray Cumbee (R), 313 Cheryl Av., (12), 471-9247 

Rev. Lawrence Knott (CH), 2710 Sparger Rd., (05), 383-3653 

Rev. Michael Leonhardt (I), 1911 Watson Rd., (04), 688-0376 

Rev. Ted Stone (EP), 5114 Pine Trail Dr., (12), 477-1581 

Rev. William Watkins (PI), 2709 Landis Dr., (05), 471-4592 
GREY STONE 

Rev. Aaron Conn, 2405 Cambridge Cr., (07), 489-5436 

Boyce Creamer (CH), 2002 W. Club Blvd., (05), 286-1572 
GUESS ROAD 

Rev. Clell Gibson (I), Cheryl Av., (04), 471-3866 

Rev. Robert Abarno (I), 1901 Hillandale Rd., (05), 383-7906 
HOMESTEAD HEIGHTS 

W. Ray Rogers (PI), 2538 Fairlawn Rd., (04), 477-4255 
HOPE VALLEY 

Rev. Norman Gossett (O), 1925 Ward St., (07), 489-4320 
LAKEWOOD 

Sarah Harvey, 429 Green St., (01), 688-5428 
MT. GILEAD 

Rev. D.A. Calhoun, Rt. 1, Pittsboro 27312; 542-3515 
MT. HERMON 

Aubrey Quakenbush (CH), 5214 Old Hillsborough Rd., (05), 383-1057 
PAGE ROAD 

Rev. A.D. Frazier, 4214 Lumley Rd., (03), 596-7017 
PARK VIEW 

Rev. John Wade (PICH), 1608 Glendale Av., (01), 682-8584 
RIDGECREST 

Rev. Doug Willett (O), Rt. 1 Box 3, Bahama 27503; 477-7420 



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OSE OF SHARON 

( Rev. Preminto Chisenhall (R), 3126 Rose of Sharon Rd., (12), 477-2747 
i Rev. Erwin Dillehay (PI), 3804 Rivermont Rd., (12), 383-2956 
jjRev. William E. Ball (PI), 2112 Broad St., C-12, (05), 477-2011 

I Rev. S.T. Dorothy, Jr., (I), 2330 Stoller Av., (05), 286-7447 
CIEMPLE 

|Dr. John W. Carlton (CW), 337 W. Pine St., Wake Forest 27587; 556-4791 
ijRev. Boyce Kimball (I), 3232 Shannon Manor, Apt. 23-C, (07), 489-0811 

II Captain (Rev.) Steven D. Paschall (CH), Germany 
Rev. C.S. Waters (I), 1225 Poplar St., Garner 27529 

Rev. Hugh C. Watkins (R), 2607 Tuckawanna Av., (03), 596-6588 
NIVERSITY 

Rev. Robert M. Phillips, Rt. 6 Box 738, Hillsborough; 732-2383 
fATTS STREET 

I John E. Biggers (O), 1819 W. B St., Butner 27509 

Hugh Dukes (CH), 116A Charlton St., Wahiawa, HI 96786 
|l Billy Griffin (I), 3623 Cornwallis Rd., (07) 

Dr. Clark Cahow (O), 1106 Watts St., (01) 

David May (I), 1503 Woodland Dr., (01) 

John C. Hudson (I), 5304 McCormick Rd., (13) 

Dale Johnson (CH), Rt. 2 Box 213-C, Creedmoor 27522 
/ESTWOOD 

Rev. Dennis Moore (O), 1515 N. Duke St., (01), 688-9524 
fATES 

Clarence Williams (R), 2112 Angier Av., (03), 596-1633 
Barry Harvey (O), 429 Green St., (01), 688-5428 

Ministers Ordained During the Year 

ethesda Hugh O'Shields, 2403 Azalea Dr., (03) 

Mark Parnell, 2300 Lincoln Rd., Apt. 90, Hattisburg, MS 39401 

Cresset Rev. Roger Grossmann, 1325 Cole Mill Rd., (05) 

Rev. Mike Stewart, 109 Hidden Valley, Chapel Hill 27514 

)urham Memorial Rev. Jeffrey M. Lane, 5 McDowell Dr., Wake Forest 27587 

irey Stone Bob Coleman, 3914 Accomack Dr., Louisville, KY 40222 

llomestead Heights Myron Kidd, Myrtle Beach, SC 

Lakewood Sarah Harvey, 429 Green St., (01) 

j-owes Grove Mark Byrd, Southeastern Baptist Seminary, Box 2224, Wake Forest 

27587 

tystra Rev. Bryan Chestnutt, Rt. 7 Box 152, Chapel Hill 27514 



Ministers Licensed During the Year 

ingier Avenue Terry M. Larsen, 2205 Murrell Rd., Lynchburg, VA 24501 

tells Daniel W. Boone, Rt. 3, Apex 27502 

barrboro Douglas Danner, 1320-4 Ephesus Church Rd., Chapel Hill 27514 

.akewood Franklin Ward, 1906 James St., (07) 

/It. Gilead Jerry Mull, Rt. 4 Box 504, Pittsboro 27312 



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Sunday School Directors 



Angier Avenue Donnie McFall, Rt. 6 Box 567-A, Robin Rd., Durham 2770: 

Bells Mike Harward, Rt. 3, Apex 2750: 

Berea Donnie Bradley, 4431 Hope Valley Rd., Durham 2771: 

Bethesda Lunsford Williams 4424 Angier Av., Durham 2770- 

Braggtown Bill Blanchard, 208 Hammond St., Durham 277(k 

Calvary Kenneth Tew, 31 10 Appling Way, Durham 27705 

Carrboro No One Ye 

Cedar Fork Fred Williams, Rt. 1 Box 229, Morrisville 2756(! 

Cheek Heights Vernon Averette, 1831 E. Geer St., Durham 2770^ 

Cresset Robert Tarpley, 5314 Beaumont Dr., Durham 2770! 

Durham Memorial David Rigsbee, 510 Mineral Springs Rd., Durham 2770- 

Ebenezer Arthur Holmes, Rt. 1 Box 271-36, Durham 2770.' 

Edgemont Mrs. Jack Rose, 3107 Nantucket Av., Durham 2770: 

Ephesus Mrs. John Booker, Rt. 12 Box 159, Farrington Rd., Chapel Hill 2751< 

Faith J.D. Lee, 3546 Cheek Rd., Durham 2770< 

Farrington Road Linda Tingen, Rt. 12 Box 1 16, Chapel Hill 275 1 

Fieldcrest Tom Ellis, 3210 Shearbon Dr., Durham 277a 

First Mrs. Mary Clayton, 1208 Evans Dr., Durham 2770:! 

Good Samaritan Linwood Love, 612 Elmira Av., Durham 2770' 

Gorman Jimmy Biggerstaff, 230 Woodcrest, Durham 2770'| 

Grace Gary Carver, 4012 Chaucer Dr., Durham 2770! 

Grey Stone Jack Rigsbee, P.O. Box 2803, Durham 2770! 

Guess Road Ralph Clark, 5121 Kenwood Rd., Durham 2771: 

Holloway Street Wayne Nutt, 1 103 Delano St., Durham 2770: 

Homestead Heights Jim Lowry, 3249 Duke Homestead Rd., Durham 2770f 

Hope Valley Ralph Lewter, Rt. 3 Box 266-B, Durham 2771J 

Immanuel Don Eudy, 211 Infinity Rd., Durham 2771! 

Lakewood LaRue Poe, 5133 Pine Trail Rd., Durham 2771: 

Lowes Grove Frank Ship, 3934 S. Alston Av., Durham 2771: 

Lystra Miss Vivian Cole, Rt. 7 Box 565, Chapel Hill 275b 

Mt. Carmel Robert C. Atwater, Rt. 6 Box 409, Chapel Hill 2751' 

Mt. Gilead Charlie Poison, Rt. 4 Box 516, Pittsboro 2731: 

Mt. Hermon Mrs. Herbert Cash, Rt. 1 Box 208, Durham 2770: 

Mt. Moriah Roger Elliott, 3901 Kerley Rd., Durham 2770: 

Mt. Pisgah J.E. Booth, Rt. 3 Box 240, Durham 2771: 

Olive Branch Not Electa 

Page Road W.B. Sorrell, Jr., Rt. 4 Box 327, Durham 2770 

Park View Dan Smith, 305 Cheryl Av., Durham 2771: 

Parkwood Sam (W.K.) Weller, 1 16 Milford Ln., Durham 2771 

Plainview Mrs. George Preddy, Rt. 5 Box 474, Durham 2770 

Red Mountain Alvin Robertson, 208 Midland Av., Durham 2770 

Ridgecrest Thad Grimshaw, 6502 Whitt Rd., Durham 27711 

Rose of Sharon Maurice Walker, 2017 Bivins Rd., Durham 2771 

Temple Truett Blackwood, 3524 Moss Dale Av., Durham 2770 

Trinity Mrs. Donna Owens, 2205 Eastwood Dr., Durham 2770 

University John Whitley, P.O. Box 508, Chapel Hill 2751 

Watts Street Mrs. Christine Stocks, 1009 Englewood Av., Durham 2770 

West Durham Mrs. Sally Graham, 1004 Lancaster St., Durham 2770 

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Vestwood Thomas Walton, 601 E. Markham Av., Durham 27701 

iates Rosie Hampton, 3105 University Dr., Durham 27707 

' J 

Church Training Directors 

(Only churches with Church Training Directors are listed.) 

jtethesda Kent Coates, 1500 Ed Cook Rd., Durham 27703 

jalvary Miss Elise Cole, 1838 Liberty St., Apt. A, Durham 27703 

Jedar Fork W.C. Colclough, Rt. 1 Box 329, Morrisville 27560 

I resset Roger Grossmann, 1325 Cole Mill Rd., Durham 27705 

Wham Memorial Dr. Frank Shelburne, 3601 Gibson Rd., Durham 27703 

[benezer Jeanette Hill, Rt. 1 Box 338-A, Durham 27705 

Idgemont Mrs. Brenda Vereen, 6426 Whitt Rd., Durham 27712 

Itorman Jim Cope, 3601 Westminister Av., Durham 27704 

§rey Stone Rev. Wallace Fowler, 2920, 38-A, Chapel Hill Rd., Durham 27707 

|uess Road Allen Hall, 3705 Britt St., Durham 27705 

lomestead Heights Donald Hunt, 4015 Leah Ln., Durham 27712 

|ope Valley Mrs. Phyllis Edwards, 1714 Robinhood Rd., Durham 27701 

dowes Grove James M. Barringer, 5808 Lake Elton Rd., Durham 27713 

jlage Road Crafton Mitchell, 1012 Glenco Rd., Durham 27703 

jjed Mountain Ronnie Huff, Rt. 1, Timberlake 27583 

lidgecrest Wiley Oakley, 4907 Seterra Bend, Durham 27712 

jiemple Rev. J. Harold Craig, 2519 Wilbon St., Durham 27704 

jjrinity Ms. Dorothy Hicks, 1308 Ed Cook Rd., Durham 27703 

Music Directors 

ifngier Avenue John T. Laverty, 1508 Sycamore St., Durham 27707 

Sells Tim Davidson, P.O. Box841, Pittsboro 27312 

ierea Ms. Juanita Vickers, Rt. 3, Fayetteville Rd., Durham 27713 

tjethesda Hugh O'Shields, 2403 Azalea Dr., Durham 27703 

ilraggtown J.H. McGugan, 2531 Fairlawn Rd., Durham 27704 

ifalvary Mrs. Beverly McQuarry, 612 Midway Av., Durham 27703 

(arrboro Mrs. Connie Chase, P.O. Box 156, Carrboro 27510 

fedarFork Mrs. Gayle Rowland, 2412 Skylane Dr., Garner 27529 

Ifheek Heights Mrs. Ed Bryant, 1822 Penrod Rd., Durham 27704 

! resset Rev. Robert W. Cook, 4002 Westfield Dr., Durham 27705 

Ifurham Memorial Rev. H. Moran Whitley, 2721 Holloway St., Durham 27703 

ilbenezer LouAnn Dennison, 31 McDowell St., Wake Forest 27587 

ijdgemont Earl Echols, 4201 Sunny Ct., Durham 27705 

bhesus Mrs. Ralph Bassett, Rt. 7 Box 247-A, Durham 27707 

feth Ms. Jean Howerton, 3210-B Rochelle St., Durham 27703 

Wrington Road Mrs. Sharon Ross, Rt. 7, Mt. Moriah Rd., Durham 27707 

leldcrest Mrs. Joyce Bridges, 4310 Newby Dr., Durham 27705 

Vst Rev. Mel Luther, 414 Cleveland St., Durham 27701 

|ood Samaritan 

lorman Herbert B. Gray, 3307 E. Geer St., Durham 27704 

frace Wm. Burke Raper, 1303 Washington St., Durham 27701 

rey Stone Thane Kendall, 3316 Swansea, Durham 27707 



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Guess Road Norman Stallings, 2515 Rolling Pines Rd., Durham 21% & 

Holloway Street Nathan E. Ferrell, 1303 Leon St., Apt. G, Dur/iam 277C| 

Homestead Heights Barry Bryant, Rt. 8 Box 339, Duri:arnJT771 

Hope Valley Bruce Benton, 3900 Colorado Av., Durham 277 

Immanuel Gary Crow, 123 W. Queen St., Hillsborough 27 

Lakewood Sarah Harvey, 429 Green St., Durham 27 

Lowes Grove Patti Lingafelt, S. Alston Av., Stonesthrow Apts., Durham 277 

Lystra Tom Bland, 428 Cameron Av., Chapel Hill 275 

Mt. Carmel 

Mt. Gilead Mrs. Carol Kilpatrick, Rt. 7 Box 30, Chapel Hill 275 

Mt. Hermon Mrs. CO. Couch, 4813 W. Hills Dr., Durham 277C < 

Mt. Moriah James Taylor, Rt. 7 Box 172-C, Durham 277(j M 

Mt. Pisgah Mrs. Ann Farrell, 308 Holleman St., Apex 2750 1 

Olive Branch Mrs. Becky Lynn, Rt. 6 Box 238, Durham 211(\ 

Page Road Mrs. Joan Mitchell, 1902 Bethesda Av., Durham 277C 

Park View Mrs. David F. Story, 557 Rice Cir., Wake Forest 275* 

Parkwood Michael Dunagan, 57 McDowell, Wake Forest 275$ 

Plainview Eddie Digh, 332 H.S. Franklin St., Wake Forest 2751 

Red Mountain Dr. Tommy Jordan, P.O. Box 103, Rougemont 2751 

Ridgecrest Wiley Oakley, 4907 SeterraRd., Durham 2771! 

Rose of Sharon Ronnie McCarson, 3790 Guess Rd., Durham 277C 

Temple Rev. J. Harold Craig, 2519 Wilbon St., Durham 21% f 

Trinity Grant Payne, 1901 Leonard St., Durham 277(f 

University Bill Meredith, 306 Pritchard Av., Chapel Hill 2751 

Watts Street E. Kenneth Harrell, P.O. Box 3003, Durham 277C 

West Durham Leon Cole, 4325 Denfield St., Durham 277(1 

Westwood Donald Albertson, 1411 Maryland Av., Durham 277(| 

Yates Tedford F. Reed, 3814 Hulon Dr., Durham 277( 



WMU Directors 

(Only churches with WMU Directors are listed) 

Angier Avenue Mrs. Charles E. Womack, 426 Southerland Dr., Durham 2771 

Bells Mrs. Joanne McCoy, 312 Center St., Apex 275C 

Bethesda Mitzi Allison, 4301 Newby Dr., Durham 277 

Braggtown Mrs. F.D. Nelson (Acting), 447 Continental Dr., Durham 277 

Calvary Mrs. Mae Edwards, 716 Lynn Rd., Durham 2771: 

Carrboro Mrs. Laura Shewsbury, 107 Lilac Dr., Carrboro 275 

Cedar Fork Mrs. Dennis Couch, Rt. 1 Box 316, Morrisville 275< 

Cheek Heights Mrs. Leonard Hayes, 106 Davidson Av., Durham 2771 

Cresset To Be Selected (send mail to church offic 

Durham Memorial Mrs. Haleen Gwaltney, 2616 Wedgedale Av., Durham 2771 

Ebenezer Cynthia Riley, Rt. 2 Box 524-A, Durham 277) 

Edgemont Mrs. H.S. Mumford, 1108 Raynor St., Durham 277< 

Ephesus Mrs. Phillip Riggsbee, Rt. 7 Box 271, Durham 277< 

Faith Bonnie O'Briant, 2631 Barwick, Durham 277 

First Mrs. Jack Martin, 910 Lorain, Durham 277 

Gorman Mrs. Grace Fogleman, 2504 E. Geer St., Durham 277 

Grace Mrs. M.O. Tyndall, 1412 N. Mangum St., Durham 277 



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frey Stone Mrs. Sharon Cowell, 5615 Bonnie Dr., Durham 27712 

JuessRoad Mrs. Geraldine Mitchell, 2606 Newport Dr., Durham 27705 

lolloway Street Mrs. Gwen Laing, 1208 Park Av., Durham 27701 

lomestead Heights Mrs. Eunice R. Sprouse, 504 Fairfield Rd., Durham 27704 

lope Valley Mrs. Warren Joyner, Rt. 3 Box 166-B, King Scott Rd., Durham 

* h 27713 

mmanuel Mrs. Vernon Browning, 1741 Grady Dr., Durham 27712 

.akewood Ethel Arnold, 2103 LaFayette St., Durham 27707 

.owes Grove Belle Shipp, 3934 S. Alston Ave., Durham 27713 

,ystra Mrs. Gerald Oldham, Rt. 7 Box 570, Chapel Hill 27514 

it. Carmel Mrs. Jean Atwater, Rt. 6 Box 409, Chapel Hill 27514 

It. Gilead Mrs. Jean C. Tripp, Rt. 3 Box 28, Pittsboro 27312 

It. Hermon Mrs. Ned J. Smith, 4617 Pinedale Dr., Durham 27705 

it. Moriah Mrs. Kay Powell, Rt. 7 Box 164, Durham 27707 

It. Pisgah Mrs. Phillis Cash, Rt. 3, Apex 27502 

)live Branch Mrs. Elsie Cox, Rt. 6 Box 123-A, Durham 27703 

>age Road Mrs. Mary L. Tilley, Rt. 6 Box 486, Durham 27703 

>ark View Mrs. Homer Jobe, 231 1 Glendale Av., Durham 27704 

ted Mountain Miss Norma Bowen, Rt. 2, Poole Rd., Rougemont 27572 

tidgecrest Mrs. Josephine Coates, 316 Goodwin Rd., Durham 27712 

lose of Sharon Mrs. Robert H. Parnell, 302 Wellington Dr., Durham 27704 

'emple Mrs. Addison Trice, 3429 Medford Rd., Durham 27705 

Tinity Mrs. Kristie Inscoe, 7 Dudley Cir., Durham 27703 

Jniversity Peggy Yates, Rt. 7 Box 187, Durham 27707 

Vest Durham Harriett Miller, 311 Pilot St., Durham 27707 

Vestwood Mrs. John S. Dilday, 2504 W. Club Blvd., Durham 27705 

fates Jean Gurtner, 3615 Westover, Durham 27707 

Brotherhood Directors 

(Only churches with Brotherhood Directors are listed.) 

iethesda Vernon Parnell, 1714 Marley Dr., Durham 27703 

iraggtown Maurice Clegg, 2605 Richwood Rd., Durham 27705 

Calvary Kenneth Ferrell, 3714 Esther Dr., Durham 27703 

Cedar Fork Edwin Couch, Rt. 1 Box 313, Morrisville 27560 

theek Heights C.H. Shelton, 1004 E. Club Blvd., Durham 27704 

Durham Memorial Victor G. Lee, Jr., 1 105 Wellons Dr., Durham 27703 

ibenezer Jerry Johnson, Rt. 8 Box 389-B, Durham 27712 

idgemont Norris Strickland, Rt. 6 Box 508, Sherron Rd., Durham 27703 

iphesus Walter King, 3102 Winston Rd., Durham 27704 

£aith Tommy Faust, 1903 Medallion Dr., Durham 27704 

7 arrington Road None (correspondence to pastor) 

Jjorman Randy Mullen, Rt. 5 Box 161, Durham 27704 

trace D.W. Porterfield, 3128 Gibson Rd., Durham 27703 

fcrey Stone Richard Cowell, 5615 Bonnie Dr., Durham 27712 

jpuess Road Ed Goehring, 2215 Charlotte St., Durham 27705 

tiomestead Heights Dennis F. Boyles, 631 W. Club Blvd., Durham 27701 

fHope Valley Eric Kyles, 6310 Garrett Rd., Durham 27707 

lustra Gerald Oldham, Rt. 7 Box 570, Chapel Hill 27514 



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Mt. Carmel Elward Horton, 575 Whipporwill Ln., Chapel Hill 27514, j 

Mt. Gilead Danny Clark, 805 Hillcrest Dr., Pittsboro 27312 1 

Mt. Hermon Archie Daniel, Rt. 2 Box 660, Chapel Hill 275141 1 

Mt. Moriah Andrew Jordan, 209 Galverston Dr., Durham 27712 1 

Olive Branch Paul Nance, 3501 Wake Forest Rd., Durham 27703 

Page Road W.E. Stinnett, 628 Lynn Rd., Durham 27703 

Park View Rev. John Wade, 1608 Glendale Av., Durham 27701 j 

Red Mountain A.M. Hall, Rt. 1 Box 406, Bahama 275031 

Ridgecrest Gary Chambers, Rt. 1 Box266-B, Hillsborough 27278;! 

Rose of Sharon Cecil Brooks, 409 Andover Rd., Durham 27712 j 

Trinity Foy Hayes, 416 Belmont Dr., Durham 27703 

Westwood Irvin Breedlove, 1822 Forest Rd., Durham 27705 

Yates Larry Clarke, 5801 Genessee, Durham 27712 

Treasurers 



Angier Avenue Fred W. Rhodes, 1121 Shady Ln., Durham 27712 

Bells Mrs. Joyce Copeland, Rt. 2, Apex 27502 

Berea Genie Shepherd, 911 Demerius St., Durham 27701 

Bethesda Rose Floyd, 4607 Holloman Rd., Durham 27702 

Braggtown E.T. Mangum, Jr., 321 Cheryl Dr., Durham 27712, 

Calvary Mrs. Dorothy Christian, 205 Pleasant Dr., Durham 27703 

Carrboro Mrs. Judy Crow, P.O. Box 156, Carrboro 2751C 

Cedar Fork Hubert Green, Rt. 1 Box 246, Morrisville 2756C 

Cheek Heights Mrs. Winfield Holder, Cheek Rd., Rt. 5 Box 503, Durham 2770^ 

Cresset Jesse Cole, 2938 Chapel Hill Rd., Durham 27707 

Durham Memorial Mrs. Virginia Teasley, 3303 Wake Forest Hwy., Durham 27703 

Ebenezer Tom Odell, Rt. 2 Box 486, Durham 27705 

Edgemont B.F. Denning, 1912 Wallace St., Durham 27707' 

Ephesus Mrs. Vernon F. Pope, 2617 Winton Rd., Durham 27701 

Faith Lewis Murphy, 248 Debra Dr., Durham 27704 

Farrington Road 

Fieldcrest Mrs. Cathryne Weaver, 3417 Glenn Rd., Durham 27704) 

First Mrs. Helen Brockwell, 1431 Acadia St., Durham 27701 

Good Samaritan Linwood Love, 612 Elmira Av., Durham 2770 

Gorman B.L. Fuller, 2621 Cooksbury Dr., Durham 27704 

Grace C. Flemen Watkins, 2815 Cascadilla St., Durham 27704 

Grey Stone Mike Davis, 1718 Grady Dr., Durham 27711 

Guess Road Bill Merritt, 5701 Wanderlust Ln., Durham 27704 

Holloway Street Mrs. Clifton Batchelor, 610 Lindley Dr., Durham 27703 

Homestead Heights Spurgeon Buchanan, 220 Chateau Rd., Durham 27704 

Hope Valley George Atwater, 6900 Garrett Rd., Durham 2770/ 

Immanuel Mrs. Owen Barlow, 811 Ruby St., Durham 2770^ 

Lakewood Mary B. Ward, 3900 Hulon Dr., Durham 2770: 

Lowes Grove Mary Hodgin, 3510 S. Alston Av., Durham 2771: 

Lystra Ray Womble, Rt. 5 Box 350, Chapel Hill 27514 

Mt. Carmel Scott Blackwood, Rt. 7 Box 309, Chapel Hill 2751' 

Mt. Gilead Mrs. Pat Roberson, Rt. 4 Box 5 14, Pittsboro 27312 

Mt. Hermon Mrs. Wayland Godwin, Rt. 2 Box 659, Chapel Hill 2751' 

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Charles E. Brown, 4839 Erwin Rd., Durham 27705 

Mrs. Diane Lawrence, Rt. 3, Apex 27502 

Mrs. Ruth Mangum, 4017 Wake Forest Rd., Durham 27703 
Mrs. Judy Adcock, 2523 Rolling Pines Av., Durham 27703 
. . . Sonny Newcomb, 6728 Lockwood Dr., Durham 27712 
.... David Green, 5802 Williamsburg Way, Durham 27713 

Ms. Jackie Jenks, 2427 Redwood Rd., Durham 27704 

Mrs. Betty Lou Ellis, Rt. 2, Rougemont 27512 

Mrs. Connie Roland, 23 Bushmill Ct., Hillsborough 27278 
William Garrard, 3240 Rose of Sharon Rd., Durham 27712 

R. Zack Long, 614 Bon Air Av., Durham 27704 

Grant Payne, 1901 Leonard St., Durham 27703 

J.E. Gilmore, Jr., 1506 Mason Farm Rd., Chapel Hill 27514 

Jewell Simpson, 2512 Wilbon St., Durham 27704 

Henry Jarmon, 2219 Fitzgerald Av., Durham 27707 

Roland Hughey, 5703 Woodbury Rd., Durham 27707 

Bob Wilmarth, 3725 Randolph Rd., Durham 27705 

Church Clerks 

Mrs. I.F. Rowland, 204 Raynor St., Durham 27703 

Mrs. Theresa Mason, Rt. 3, Apex 27502 

Mrs. JoAnn Massey, Rt. 3, Fayetteville Rd., Durham 27713 

Ruby B. Massey, 2619 Ellis Rd., Durham 27703 

Mrs. R.L. Jeffries, 3704 Hermine St., Durham 27704 

Mrs. Janice Tice, 3603 Grimes Av., Durham 27703 

Mrs. Edna Shytle, Rt. 7 Box 286, Chapel Hill 27514 

Mrs. Johnnie Evans, Rt. 1 Box 324, Morrisville 27560 

Mrs. Ira Pate, 1111 Midland Ter., Durham 27704 

Mrs. Linda Glenn, 102 Landsbury Dr., Durham 27707 

Mrs. Ann Ramsey, Rt. 6 Box 355, Hocutt Rd., Durham 27703 
Mrs. G.F. Riley, Rt. 2 Box 519, Linden Rd., Durham 27705 

Mrs. Teresa Latta, 2725 Beck Rd., Durham 27704 

Mrs. Robert Witherspoon, 3312 Watkins Rd., Durham 27707 

Joyce Glasgow, 14 Folkston Dr., Durham 27704 

Wanda Evans, Rt. 7 Box 239, Durham 27707 

. . .Mrs. Kathryn Denton, 3330 Glenn Rd., Durham 27704 
Mrs. Christine Ferrell, 1829 Front St., D-3, Durham 27705 
.... John Leathers, 615 Old Oxford Hwy., Durham 27704 
. . . Mrs. Grace Fogleman, 2504 E. Geer St., Durham 27704 

Mrs. J.H. Royal, 4510 Cheshire Ct., Durham 27705 

Mrs. Bill Blalock, 2510 Sparger Rd., Durham 27705 

Mrs. Linda Goswick, 2400 Barrymore Av., Durham 27705 
Mrs. Tyson M. Kirk., 1121 N. Miami Blvd., Durham 27703 
. Mrs. Mary E. Whaley, 1516 Kirkwood Dr., Durham 27705 

Mrs. Ralph Lewter, Rt. 3 Box 266-B, Durham 27713 

Mrs. E.C. Cannon, 3721 Cambridge Rd., Durham 27705 
. . . Barbara Pearce, 3703 Cambridge Rd., Durham 27705 
.Miss Hazel Godwin, 2601 S. Alston Av., Durham 27713 



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Lystra Tom Bland, 428 Cameron Av., Chapel Hill 2751y 

Mt. Carmel Mrs. Norma Diggs, Rt. 6 Box 375, Chapel Hill 275ll 

Mt. Gilead Mrs. Joyce M. Bynum, Rt. 4 Box 524, Pittsboro 273li 

Mt. Hermon Mrs. Ralph Dennis, Rt. 1 Box 207-B, Durham 27701 

Mt. Moriah Mrs. Mildred Parker, Rt. 7 Box 23B, Durham 2770^ 

Mt. Pisgah Mrs. Swannie Booth, Rt. 3 Box 240, Durham 2771 J 

Olive Branch Mrs. Betty Carden, 3608 Gibson Rd., Durham 2770| 

Page Road Mrs. Shirley Wallace, Rt. 4 Box 365-A, Durham 2770j 

Park View Richard Utley, 5107 Pine Trail Dr., Durham 2771 

Parkwood Ms. Claire A. Thomas, 106 Monterey Ln., Durham 2771 

Plainview Mrs. Linda Redford, Rt. 5 Box 620, Durham 2770 

Red Mountain Mrs. Nancy Crabtree, Rt. 1 Box 28, Rougemont 2757 

Ridgecrest Mrs. Jacqueline McFarland, 51 14 Kenwood Rd., Durham 2771 

Rose of Sharon Miss Edith Dunnagan, 1703 Umstead Rd., Durham 2771 

Temple Mrs. C.W. Ethridge, 2714 Sparger Rd., Durham 2770| 

Trinity Ms. Margaret S. Boyd, 44-2220 Glover Rd., Durham 2770 

University Elizabeth Bolton, 224 McCauley, Chapel Hill 2751 

Watts Street Virginia Wiggins, 2932 Friendship Rd., Durham 2770| 

West Durham Lee E. Jones, 109 W. Weaver St., Durham 2770! 

Westwood Mrs. O.D. King, 1825 Forest Rd., Durham 2770j 

Yates Zada Nelson, 3100 Stanford Dn, Durham 2770 

Chairmen of Deacons 

Angier Avenue L.A. Register, 2714 Rosedale Av., Raleigh 2760 

Bells Earl Parker, Rt. 2, Apex 2750* 

Berea Mack Vickers, Rt. 3, Fayetteville Rd., Durham 2771 

Bethesda Robert Clayton, 2500 Windy Hill Rd., Durham 2770; 

Braggtown Robert Sumpter, 703 LattaRd., Durham 2771! 

Calvary Mark Hutchins, 307 Spring Rd., Durham 2770: 

Carrboro Wayne Munden, Rt. 4 Box 550, Chapel Hill 2751- 

Cedar Fork W.C. Colclough, Rt. 1 Box 329, Morrisville 2756) 

Cheek Heights C.H. Shelton, 1004 E. Club Blvd., Durham 2770 

Cresset 



Durham Memorial Dr. Frank Shelburne, 3601 Gibson Rd., Durham 2770: 

Ebenezer 

Edgemont Blane Latta, 2725 Beck Rd., Durham 2770 

Ephesus Warren Elledge, Rt. 7 Box 82, Durham 2770' 



Faith 

Farrington Road James Williams, 200 Cooper St., Chapel Hill 2751- 

Fieldcrest Tom Ellis, 3210 Shearbon Dr., Durham 2770' 

First Billy Judd, 501 Hugo St., Durham 2770 

Good Samaritan 

Gorman J.J. Thornton, 1601 Glenn School Rd., Durham 2770 

Grace D.W. Porterfield, 3128 Gibson Rd., Durham 2770: 

Grey Stone Jack Rigsbee, P.O. Box 2803, Durham 2770; 

Guess Road Charlie Carden, 3130 Rose of Sharon Rd., Durham 2770: 

Holloway Street Clyde Gregory, 615 N. Driver Av., Durham 2770: 

Homestead Heights To be named after January 1, 198: 



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llppe Valley Ronald C. Jones, Rt. 3 Box 135, Amhurst St., Durham 27713 

Jfmanuel Edgar Morgan, 3800 Hilgrande Cir., Durham 27705 

pewood Charles S. Rigsbee, 2322 Cardinal Dr., Durham 27707 

fwes Grove Frank Shipp, 3934 S. Alston Av., Durham 27713 

lira Billy Burgess, Rt. 9 Box 545, Chapel Hill 27514 

3t. Carmel Eddie Williams, Rt. 6 Box 504, Chapel Hill 27514 

E Gilead Danny Clark, 805 Hillcrest Dr., Pittsboro 27312 

I. Hermon Marvin Couch, 5325 Old Hillsborough Rd., Durham 27705 

ft. Moriah Curtis Sikes, 2638 Pickett Rd., Durham 27707 

ft. Pisgah Gary Sears, Rt. 1 Box 184, Morrisville 27560 

|ive Branch Everette Lynn, Rt. 6 Box 238, Durham 27703 

lie Road A.D. Frazier, 4214 Lumley Rd., Durham 27703 

Irk View Carlton Harrell, 410 Argonne Dr., Durham 27704 

irkwood Bill Kirby, 116 Oliver Ln., Durham 27713 

djainview Horace Adcock, 2517 Ardsley Dr., Durham 27704 

#d Mountain A.M. Hall, Rt. 1 Box 406, Bahama 27503 

Jjdgecrest Bill Cronin, 4609 Kinlock Dr., Durham 27712 

ofose of Sharon Jessie Evans, Rt. 2 Box 313, Mason Rd., Durham 27712 

Dimple To be elected in December 

iinity Charles Owens, 2205 Eastwood Dr., Durham 27703 

Ifriiversity Charles Adams, 523 Caswell Rd., Chapel Hill 27514 

'jatts Street William Munn, 201 1 Woodland Dr., Durham 27704 

lest Durham W.L. McAuley, 404 Dupree, Durham 27707 

jlestwood Linwood Tew, 706 Frazier St., Durham 27704 

|ites Rosie Hampton, 3105 University Dr., Durham 27707 



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juess Road Mrs. Linda Goswick 

)j[omestead Heights Mrs. Mary E. Whaley 

ope Valley Mrs. Ralph J. Lewter 

jiystra Tom Bland 

flit. Moriah Mrs. Mildred Parker 

it. Pisgah Mrs. Swannie Booth 

^rk View Clarence Yearwood, Jr. 

H ed Mountain Mrs. Nancy Crabtree 

l^dgecrest Mrs. Jacqueline McFarland 

ose of Sharon Miss Edith Dunngan 

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The 1984 Annual 
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Yates Baptist Association 
is concluded with 
the following Statistical Tables 
for your 

further information and reference. 



liable A - Church Membership & Other Information 91 

Table B - Sunday School 93 

Table C - Church Training 95 

Table D - Music Ministry 97 

Table E - Woman's Missionary Union 99 

Table F - Brotherhood 101 

Table G - Total Receipts, Local Expenditures & Stewardship 103 

Table H - Mission Expenditures 105 

Table I - Special Information 107 



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HOPE VALLEY 
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YATES 


TOTALS 


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TABLE C CHURCH TRAINING 
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North Carolina 

Assoc. C.T. Director: Miss Nannie 
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Durham, NC 27713 

Year Ending 9/30/84 


CHURCHES 


ANGIER AVENUE 

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BEREA 

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CARRBORO 

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Yates 

North Carolina 

Assoc. Music Director: Rev. Hugh 
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Durham, NC 27703 

Year Ending 9/30/84 


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TABLE E WOMAN'S 
MISSIONARY UNION 
Yates 

North Carolina 

Assoc. WMU Director: Mrs. 

Geraldine Mitchell, 2606 Newport 

Dr., Durham, NC 27705 
Year Ending 9/30/84 

1 


CHURCHES 


ANGIER AVENUE 

BELLS 

BEREA 

BEIHESDA 

BRAGGTOWN 

CALVARY 

GARRBORO 

CEDAR FORK 


CHEEK HEIGHTS 
CRESSET 

DURHAM MEMORIAL 

EBENEZER 

EDGEMONT 

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FAITH 

FARRINGTON ROAD 


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MOUNT CARMEL 
MOUNT GILEAD 


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MOUNT MORIAH 
MOUNT PISGAH 
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RED MOUNTAIN 
RIDGECREST 
ROSE OF SHARON 
TEMPLE 
TRINITY 
UNIVERSITY 
WATTS STREET 
WEST DURHAM 


WESTWOOD 
YATES 


TOTALS 


PREVIOUS YEAR TOTALS 



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TABLE F BROTHERHOOD 

Yates 

North Carolina 

Assoc. Brotherhood Director: 

J. Edwin Couch, Rt. 1 Box 313, 

MorrisviUe, NC 27560 
Year Ending 9/30/84 

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RIDGECREST 
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TEMPLE 
TRINITY 
UNIVERSITY 
WATTS STREET 
WEST DURHAM 


WESTWOOD 
YATES 


TOTALS 


PREVIOUS YEAR TOTALS | 



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WEST DURHAM BAPTIST CHURCH 



YATES 
BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
North Carolina 



Thirty-seventh Annual Session 
1985 



Yates 
Baptist 
Association 



2821 Chapel Hill Road 
Durham, North Carolina 27707 
Telephone: 919^89-3396 



Thirty-seventh Annual Session 
1985 

Held with Bethesda Baptist Church, Monday evening, October 
28, 1985; Cresset Baptist Church, Tuesday morning, October 29, 
1985, and Rose of Sharon Baptist Church, Tuesday evening, Oc- 
tober 29, 1985. 




Next session to be held with Mt. Hermon Baptist Church, 
Monday evening, October 27, 1986; Grey Stone Baptist Church, 
Tuesday morning October 28, 1986; and Lystra Baptist Church, 
Tuesday evening, October 28, 1986. 



Table of Contents 

Annual Meeting Attendance 35 

Associate/ Assistant Pastors 90 

Board Members 1 

Brotherhood Officers 5 

Budget 77 

Calendar 10 

Church and Pastors Directory 88 

Church Brotherhood Directors 99 

Church Clerks 101 

Church Deacon Chairmen 102 

Church Media Center/Library Directors 91 

Church Music Directors 97 

Church Secretaries 92 

Church Sunday School Directors 96 

Church Training Directors 97 

Church Training Officers 4 

Church Treasurers 100 

Church Woman's Missionary Union Directors 98 

Committees (1985-86) 6 

Constitution and Bylaws 17 

Digest of Letters 103 

Directory of Association 1 

Employees 1 

Financial Statement 73 

General Board Members of the Baptist Convention 1 

Historical Table 105 

History of University Baptist Church 79 

History of Watts Street Baptist Church 81 

In Memoriam 84 

Laubach Literacy Program 6 

Meals for Association^ Annual Meeting and WMU Annual Meeting 82 

Ministers of Education 90 

Ministers of Recreation 91 

Ministers of Youth 91 

Ministers Ordained 93 

Ministers Ordained or Licensed During the Year 95 

Music Council 6 

Officers of the Association 1 

Proceedings of Annual Meeting 26 

Senior Adult Officers 5 

"Singles 30-50" Officers 6 

"Singles Over 50" Officers 6 

Sunday School Officers 4 

Woman's Missionary Union Officers 5 

TACMO Officers 4 

Yates Baptist Association Churches 86 

Years for Publishing Church Histories 81 

COMMITTEE & ORGANIZATION REPORTS: 

Associational Board ~ 36 

Auditor's 72 

Brotherhood 44 

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Camp 47 

Christian Life 47 

Church Media Center/Library (TACMO) 46 

Church Training 43 

Community Ministries 48 

Deacon 48 

Director of Missions 56 

Evangelism Committee 49 

Laubach 46 

Missions Committee 49 

Music Council 45 

Ordinations Committee 50 

Place and Preacher 55 

Senior Adults 51 

"Singles 30-50" 51 

"Singles Over 50" 52 

Strategy Planning Committee 62 

Student Work 52 

Sunday School 42 

Woman's Missionary Union 44 

Yates Village, Inc 53 

Youth Advisory Council 53 

STATISTICAL TABLES: 

Church Membership 109 

Sunday School Ill 

Church Training 113 

Church Music 115 

Woman's Missionary Union 117 

Baptist Men 119 

Contributions & Receipts 121 

Mission Giving 123 

Special Information 125 



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UNIVERSITY BAPTIST CHURCH 



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WATTS STREET BAPTIST CHURCH 



v 



Directory of the Association 



1985 - 1986 

Moderator Rev. Crate Jones, P.O. Box 1 1296, Durham 27703 - A; 596-6430 

Vice Moderator O.C. Mitchell, Jr., 838 Glenco Rd., Durham 27703 - PR: 

596-2403 

Clerk Miss Lois King, 2513 Sparger Rd., Durham 27705 - MH; 383-1136 

Treasurer Mrs. Mary Ellen Godwin, Rt. 2 Box 659, Chapel Hill 27514 - MH 

383-4244 

Parliamentarian Bruce Little, 3707 Esther Dr., Durham 27703 - BA; 596-7750 

Pastors at Large Dr. James I. Murphy, 6900 Garrett Rd., Durham 277071 

- HV; 493-1805 

Rev. Joe Zimmerman, Rt. 3 Box 16, Apex 27502 - MP; 362-7951 

General Board Members 
The Baptist State Convention 

Dr. Charles H. Harris 2815 Fox Dr., Durham, NC 27712; 383-7212 

Rev. Jerry Harper Rt. 1 Box 388, Durham 27705; 383-2982 

Employees 

Director Rev. Marvin B. Settle, Jr., 5613 Centennial, Durham 27712; 477-34K 

Adm. Assistant Mrs. Faye O. Bassett, 3607 Cole Mill Rd., Durham 27705 

383-6432 

Secretary Mrs. Altaree E. Norris, 4306 David St., Durham 27704; 477-5551 

Bookkeeper Mrs. Alice Bates, 4501 Myers Park Dr., Durham 27705; 383-319 

Camp Caretaker Duncan Schirmer, Rt. 6 Box 181-A, Durham 27703 

596-6685 

Associational Office 2821 Chapel Hill Rd., Durham 27707; 489-339( 

Board Members 

Angier Avenue Mr. Manley Johnson, 41 1 Pleasant Dr., 2770.' 

Mr. Paul E. Watkins, 2424 S. Alston Av., 2771 

Bells M/M Percy Howard, Rt. 1, Pittsboro 273 11 

Berea M/M Mack Vickers, Rt. 3, Fayetteville Rd., 277L 

Bethesda Rev. & Mrs. Ron Benson, 1411 Tyonek Dr., 2770: 

Braggtown Mr. Ralph Cooke, 2423 W. Club Blvd., 2770! 

Mr. R.D. Holleman, 1514 Hermitage Ct., 2770 

Calvary Mrs. Emma Daniel, 619 Lynn Rd., 2770 

Mr. Everette Boone, 606 Midway Av., 2770 

Carrboro Dr. Robert Thompson, 129 Carolina Forest Dr., Chapel Hill 2751 

Cedar Fork Mr. W.C. Colclough, Rt. 1 Box 324, Morrisville 27561 

Mr. Lewis Colclough, Rt. 1 Box 327, Morrisville 2756 

Cheek Heights Mr. C.H. Shelton, 1004 E. Club Blvd., 2770 

Mr. Ira Page, 1111 Midland Ter., 2770 

Cresset Mr. Wilson Knight, 3810 Hulon Dr., 2770: 

Mr. Bob Tarpley, 5314 Beaumont Dr., 2770 
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urham Memorial Mr. Cecil Vaughan, Rt. 3 Box 39-D, Hillsborough 27278 

Mr. Fletcher King, 339 Chandler Rd., 27703 

benezer Mr. Gus Riley, Rt. 2 Box 519, 27705 

Mr. Bobby Riley, Rt. 2 Box 524-A, 27705 

dgemont Mr. Rone Davis, 2718 Ashe St., 27703 

Mr. Bob Cates, 1100 W. Murray, 27704 

phesus Mrs. John Booker, Rt. 12 Box 159, Chapel Hill 27514 

Mrs. Nancy Hayes, 3911 Garrett Rd., 27707 

aith Mr. Harvie Davis, 3022 Cheek Rd., 27704 

Mr. Cenya Bell, 4702 Bragg Rd., 27704 

irrington Road M/M James Williams, 200 Cooper St., Chapel Hill 27514 

ieldcrest Mr. Thomas Ellis, 3210 Sherbon Dr., 27707 

Mr. Marvin Byrd, 3403 Summerlin Rd., 27704 

irst M/M Floyd Rhodes, 3305 Dixon Rd., 27707 

orman Mr. Jim Cope, 3601 Westminister Av., 27704 

Mr. H.A. Wall, Sr., 1606 E. Geer St., 27704 

race Mr. D.W. Porterfield, Sr., 3128 Gibson Rd., 27703 

Mr. Gary Carver, 4012 Chaucer St., 27705 

rey Stone Mr. Carl Wallace, 2713 Lawndale, 27705 

Mr. W.W. Griffin, 1829 D-17 Front St., 27705 

uess Road Mr. Ed Goehring, 2215 Charlotte St., 27705 

Mr. Pete Goswick, 2400 Barrymore Av., 27705 

olloway Street M/M Richard Hester, 2527 Ross Rd., 27703 

omestead Mrs. Mary E. Whaley, 1516 Kirkwood Dr., 27705 

Mrs. Jackson Wright, 5100 Inverness Rd., 27712 

ope Valley M/M George Cooke, 4212 Hope Valley Rd., 27707 

nmanuel Mr. Bill Burch, 5419 Craig Rd., 27712 

Mr. Edgar Morgan, 3800 Hilgrande Cr., 27705 

akewood Mrs. Barbara Smith, 17 10 Bedford St., 27707 

Mrs. Oma Lee S. Smith, 1923 Ward St., 27707 

owe's Grove M/M Paul Dismuke, 3616 S. Alston Av., 27713 

ystra Mr. John A. Oldham, Rt. 7 Box 571-A, Chapel Hill 27514 

Mrs. Elizabeth Scott, 70 Dogwood Dr., Chapel Hill 27514 

fount Carmel Mrs. Ralph Blackwood, Rt. 7 Box 665, Chapel Hill 27514 

Mrs. Margery Blackwood, Rt. 7 Box 309, Chapel Hill 27514 

fount Gilead M/M Charles Cook, Fearrington Post 279, Chapel Hill 27514 

fount Hermon Mr. Marvin Couch, 5325 Old Hillsborough Rd., 27705 

Mr. W.G. Clayton, 5331 Old Hillsborough Rd., 27705 

fount Moriah Mr. Troy Wilkins, Rt. 1 Box 156, 27705 

Mr. Robert Gooch, 2012 WaWa Av., 27707 

fount Pisgah Mr. J.E. Booth, Rt. 3 Box 240, 27713 

Mr. Jack Foster, Rt. 3 Box 229-C, 27713 

live Branch Mr. Joe Dowdle, Rt. 6 Box 132, 27703 

age Road Mr. Carson Moore, 21 18 Eastwood Rd., 27703 

Mr. W.E. Stinnett, 628 Lynn Rd., 27703 

ark View 
arkwood 

lainview Mrs. Ruth Preddy, Rt. 5 Box 474, 27704 

Mr. Everette Pendergraft, Rt. 5 Box 688-A, 27704 



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Red Mountain 
Ridgecrest 



Rose of Sharon 



Temple 
Trinity . 



Mr. J.B. Cash, 217 Midland Rd., 277K 

Mr. Bill Cronin, 4609 Kinlock Dr., 2771 

Mr. Leslie I. Jarrell, 1205 Donphil Rd., 2771: 

Rev. Erwin Dillehay, 3804 Rivermont Dr., 2771: 
M/M Linwood McCullers, 1 12 E. Maynard Av., 2770< 

Mr. Gary Carr, 1703 Jester Rd., 2771 

Mr. Owen McCormick, 9 Hamilton Av., 2770: 



University 
Watts Street 



West Durham 
Westwood . . . 



Yates 



Mr. Fred Herndon, Rt. 3 Box 154, 2771: 

Mr. A.C. Sorrell, 35 Glenmore Dr., 2770 

Mr. Arthur Frankenstein, 3705 Knollwood Dr., 2771: 

Mr. Gray Edwards, 1507 Mountainview Av., 2770 

. . . Mr. Marshall Mangum, 2203 University Dr., 277a 

Mrs. Hazel Pickett, 3308 Chapel Hill Rd., 2770 



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Angier Avenue 


FI 


First 


MM 


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BH 


Bahama 


GS 


Good Samaritan 


MP 


Mount Pisgah; 


B 


Bells 


GM 


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NJ 


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BR 


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G 


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OB 


Olive Branch 


BA 


Bethesda 


GRS 


Grey Stone 


PR 


Page Road 


BT 


Braggtown 


GR 


Guess Road 


PV 


Park View 


C 


Calvary 


HS 


Holloway Street 


PW 


Parkwood 


CR 


Carrboro 


HH 


Homestead Heights 


P 


Plainview 


CF 


Cedar Fork 


HV 


Hope Valley 


RM 


Red Mountaii 


CH 


Cheek Heights 


I 


Immanuel 


RC 


Ridgecrest 


CT 


Cresset 


L 


Lakewood 


RS 


Rose of Shanj 


DM 


Durham Memorial 


LG 


Lowes Grove 


T 


Temple 


E 


Ebenezer 


LR 


Leesville Road 


TR 


Trinity 


EG 


Edgemont 


LY 


Lystra 


U 


University 


EP 


Ephesus 


MC 


Mount Carmel 


ws 


Watts Street 


F 


Faith 


MG 


Mount Gilead 


WD 


West Durhan 


FR 


Farrington Road 


MH 


Mount Hermon 


WW 


Westwood 


FC 


Fieldcrest 






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The Association: 



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Sunday School Officers 



Mrector Rev. Tom Newboult, 2819 Chapel Hill Rd., Durham 27707 - Y; 

(ch) 489-2309 

ASSIST 

(Associational Sunday School Improvement Support Team) 

jeneral Officers Rev. Michael Willoughby, 4424 S. Alston Av. , 27703 - LG; 

544-3908 

jrowth Spiral Rev. Ron Harrison, Rt. 5 Box 688, 27704 - P; (ch) 682-2591 

)utreach Rev. Larry Taylor, 222 Midland Rd., 27712 - RC; (ch) 477-5426 

;mall Church Rev. Fred Williams, Rt. 1 Box 229, Morrisville 27560 - CF; 

544-4019 

f.B.S. Director Mrs. Darlene Harrill, 429 Idlewood St., 27703 - HS; 596-3031 

^dult Rev. Wofford Boyd, 4700 Ephesus Church Rd., 27707 - EP; 

(ch) 489-4483 

Rev. Harold Craig, 807 W. Chapel Hill St., 27701 - T; (ch) 688-7397 
Rev. Mark Moser, 414 Cleveland St., 27701 - FI; (ch) 688-7308 

fouth Rev. Wally Fowler, P.O. Box 2686, 27705 - GRS; (ch) 286-2281 

Rev. Dan Parker, 4007 Holt School Rd., 27704 - HH; (ch) 477-3859 
Rev. Parker Leake, 414 Cleveland St., 27701 - FI; (ch) 688-7308 

:hildren Mrs. Peggy Craig, 2519 Wilbon St., 27704 - T; 471-4688 

Rev. Roger Grossmann, 3707 Garrett Rd., 27707 - CT; (ch) 489-2655 



Mrs. Irene Bagwell, 414 Cleveland St., 27701 - FI; (ch) 688-7308 
>reschool .... Mrs. Soundra Middour, 12 S. Circle Dr., Chapel Hill - CR; 929-9040 
Mrs. Jean Willoughby, 4424 S. Alston Av., 27703 - LG; 544-3908 
Mrs. Darlene Harrill, 429 Idlewood St., 27703 - HS; 596-3031 

Church Training Officers 



Erector Rev. Forest Gale, 1003 E. Main St., 27701 - EG; (ch) 682-3251 

Mult Director Mrs. Ralph Stanhope, 1706 Stacy Dr., 27712 - DM; 477-0898 

fouth Director .... Rev. Michael Boza, Rt. 3 Box 215AAA, Wake Forest 27587 - MH; 

556-3573 

Mdren's Director Mrs. Peggy Craig, 2519 Wilbon St., 27704 -T; 471-4688 

'reschool Director .... Mrs. Darlene Harrill, 1415 Holloway St., 27703 - HS; 596-3031 

Equipping Center Rev. Fred Williams, Rt. 1 Box 229, Morrisville 27560 - CF; 

544-4019 



Jurvival (New Member) Rev. Robert Weatherly, Rt. 7 Box 185-A, 27707 - MM; 

(ch) 489-3425 

TACMO Officers 

(The Associational Church Media Organization) 

Erector Mrs. Clara Crabtree, Rt. 2 Box 347-A, Bahama 27503 - BT; 477-4521 



\ssoc. Director Mrs. Marie Corn, 231 LattaRd., 27712- BT; 477-2987 

education Director Mrs. Lily Yu, 4801 Berini Dr., 27705 - GRS; 383-0134 

technical Processes Mrs. Janie Clements, P.O. Box 135, Bahama 27503 - RC; 

477-3484 

D rogram Chairman Mrs. Thelma George, 907 TorredgeRd., 27712; 477-6902 

Secretary Mrs. Eloys Lilly, 1407 S. Miami Blvd., 27703 - BA; 596-2237 



Woman's Missionary Union Officers 



Director Mrs. Geraldine Mitchell, 2606 Newport Dr., 27705 - GR; 477-240; 

Asst. WMU Director Mrs. Dorothy Womack, 426 Southerland St., 27703 - A 

596-666 

Baptist Women Director Mrs. Barbara Smith, 8206 Lowell Valley Dr., Baham 

27503 - BH; 471-4391 

Asst. BW Director 

BYW Director Mrs. Linda Hammett, 708 Wisteria Av., 27704 - WW; 477-1 15 

Asst. BYW Director 

Acteens Director Mrs. Kaye Clark, Rt. 4 Box 202B, Pittsboro 27312 - MG 

542-3871 

Asst. Acteens Director Mrs. Carol Roycroft, 3428 Randolph Rd., 27705 - CT 

489-307' 

GA Director Mrs. Alice Bates, 4501 Myers Park Dr., 27705 - GRS; 383-319' 

Asst. GA Director Mrs. Toni Clark, 3306 Mossdale Av., 27707 - Y; 493-712i ! 

Mission Friends Director Ms. Sheila Durham, 1213 N. Miami Blvd., 27703 - HSj 

682-782; 

Asst. MF Director Mrs. Ruth Preddy, Rt. 5 Box 474, 27704 - P; 682-230:; 

Sec./Treas./Historian Mrs. Helen Mumford, 1 108 Raynor St., 27703 - EG; 

682-246:3 

Mission Action Director Mrs. Augusta Hockaday, 1829 Front St., G-2, 27705 

- FI; 383-123: 

Enlistment/Enlargement Director Mrs. Darlene Harrill, 420 Idlewood St., 27703:1 

- HS; 596-303: 

Centennial Chairman Mrs. Dorothy Hicks, 1308 Ed Cook Rd., 27703 - TR 

596-723: 

Group I Leader 

Group II Leader Mrs. Ethel Arnold, 2103 Lafayette St., 27707 - L; 489-1 53( 

Group HI Leader Mrs. Cathy Greene, 21 1 Chateau Rd., 27704 - FI; 477-497* 

Group IV Leader Mrs. May Overman, 217 S. Benjamin St., 27703 - A; 596-363* 

Chorister Ms. Barbara Brown, 1 143 Raynor St., 27703 - A; 682-532* 

Pianist Ms. Diane Mercer, 2920 Chapel Hill Rd., 104-C, 27707 - A; 489-325 1 

Program Chairman Mrs. Frances Dorrity, 2306 Gate Hill Dr., 27705 - MH: 

383-340!! 

Brotherhood Officers 

Director J. Edwin Couch, Rt. 1 Box 313, Morrisville 27560 - CF; 544-7014 

Baptist Men's President Larry Clark, 3306 Mossdale Av., 27707 - Y; 493-712e| 

Royal Ambassador Director Bryce Bates, 4501 Myers Park Dr., 27705 - GRS; ( 

383-319/, 

Senior Adult Officers 

President Mrs. Margaret Rhodes, 3305 Dixon Rd., 27707 - FI; 489-3505 

1st Vice President 

2nd Vice President & Program Chm Robert Goodwin, 1810 Bethesda Av., 27703] 

- BA; 596-3366 

3rd Vice President & Enlistment Chm Floyd Rhodes, 3305 Dixon Rd., 27707| 

-5- - FI; 489-3509 



Secretary 
Treasurer 



Mrs. Alma Strange, 2807 E. Geer St., 27704 - BA; 688-6088 

Mrs. Maybelle Husketh, 3849 Shoccorree Dr., 27705 - A; 383-4633 



Singles Over 50 

President Mrs. Helen K. Mumford, 1 108 Raynor St., 27703 - EG; 682-2465 



Vice President Mrs. Darlene Harrill, 420 Idlewood St., 27703 - HS; 596-3031 

Secretary/Treasurer Mrs. Lucille Broadwater, 3016 Winston Rd., 27704; 477-4435 

Program Chairman Mrs. Rosa Moody, 1209 Holloway St., 27701 - HS; 682-4669 

Singles 30-50 

president Ms. Karen Gubar, 3409 Bonaparte Way, 27707 - Y; 489-9703 

Be President Jack Kelley, 608 W. Club Blvd., 27701 - FT; 682-2095 

Secretary & Treasurer Ms. Gloria Welch, 202 W. RockwayAv., 27704 -BT; 

477-3336 

Outreach Leader Ms. Betty Parrish, 2432 Wrightwood Av., 27705; 489-8876 

Laubach Literacy Program 

Erector Mrs. Mary Whaley, 1516 Kirkwood Dr., 27705 - HH; 477^451 



Music Council 

^rector Rev. Hugh O'Shields, 1914 S. Miami Blvd., 27703 - BA; (ch) 596-2158 

Rev. Bob Cook, 3707 Garrett Rd., 27707 - CT; (ch) 489-2655 
Herbert Gray, 3315 E. Geer St., 27705 - GM; (ch) 688-3947 
Rev. Thane Kendall, P.O. Box 2686, 27705 - GRS; (ch) 286-2281 
Ms. Patti Lingafelt, 4430 S. Alston Av., 27713 - LG; 544-5567 
Rev. Mel Luther, 414 Cleveland St., 27701 - FI; (ch) 688-7308 
Burke Raper, 1004 N. Mangum St., 27701 - G; (ch) 688-6765 
Rev. Ted Reed, 2819 Chapel Hill Rd., 27707 - Y; (ch) 489-2309 
Rev. Ran Whitley, 2703 Holloway St,, 27703 - DM; (ch) 596-7350 

1985-86 Committees 

\NNUAL MEETING 

(87) - Dr. Tobie Stone, chm., Rt. 2 Box 422-A, 27705 - E; (ch) 383-6668 
! (86) - Rev. Carl Garner, 222 Midland Rd., 27712 - RC; (ch) 477-5426 
| (88) - Mrs. Mary Zedick, 5611 Russell Rd., 27712 - G; 383-1630 

Mjdit 

(86) - Mrs. Betty Ellis, chm., Rt. 2, Rougemont 27572 - RM; 477-3079 

(87) - Mrs. Chesterleen Ricca, 1514 Rosedale Av., 27707 - T; 489-4540 
| (88) - Warren Elledge, Rt. 7 Box 82, 27707 - EP; 489-4803 

:alendar 

(86) - Mrs. Dorothy Hicks, chm., 1308 Ed Cook Rd., 27703 - TR; 596-7232 

(87) - Don Mitchell, 1902 Bethesda Av., 27703 - PR; 596-4618 
(88) 



CAMP 

(87) - Chris Hamlet, chm., 917 Englewood Av., 27705 - WS; 682-3572 
(86) - Tommy Faust, 1903 Medallion Dr., 27704 - F; 682-6725 

(86) - David Latta, 2715 Beck Rd., 27704 - EG; 68^118 

(87) - James T. Ellis, 816 Tinkerbell Rd., Chapel Hill 27514 - CT; 967-3805 

(88) - Don Christian, P.O. Box 11025, 27703 - C; 596-6862 

(88) - Rev. James Laster, 1515 Clermont Rd., 27713 - PW; (ch) 544-1347 
(88) - Robert H. Parnell, 302 Wellington Dr., 27704 - RS; 471-1423 
George W. Ray, Rt. 6 Box 321, 27703 - OB; 596-7304 

CHRISTIAN LIFE 

(86) - Rev. Dennis Hill, chm., 3573 Hillsborough Rd., 27705 - 1; (ch) 383-1422 

(87) - Mrs. Margaret Cash, 2218 Glover Rd., 27703 - EG; 596-4930 

(87) - Mrs. Barbara Davis, 793 Newsom St., 27704 - T; 471-1049 

(88) - Mrs. Nancy Bumgardner, 1203 N. Gregson St., 27701 - T; 682-6466 
(88) - Mrs. Trudy Wall, 3405 Cheek Rd., 27704 - F; 688-7482 

COMMUNITY MINISTRIES 
(87) - Rev. Everette Smith, chm., 2100 Chapel Hill Rd., 27707 - L; (ch) 489-2537 
(86) - Cecil Brooks, 409 Andover Rd., 27712 - RS; 477-4514 
(86) - Dr. Harold Cobb, Sr., 1901 Athens St., 27707 - WD; (ch) 682-4453 

(86) - Ms. Beth Stillwell, P.O. Box 866, Hillsborough 27278 - U; 732-9494 

(87) - Mrs. Jackie Gale, 911 Ferncrest Dr., 27705 - EG; 471-8873 

(87) - Michael Lyon, 5910 Ridgeview Dr., 27712 - RC; 477-9074 

(88) - Mrs. Augusta Hockaday, 1829 Front St., G-2, 27705 - FI; 383-7959 
(88) - Miss Joy Maddry, 700 Morreene Rd., B-15, 27705 - T; 383-7959 
(88) - Rev. Fred Williams, Rt. 1 Box 229, Morrisville 27560 - CF; 544-4019 

CONSTITUTION 

(86) - Dr. Jesse Croom, chm., P.O. Box 156, Carrboro 27510 - CR; (ch) 967-305j 

(86) - Talmadge Lassiter, 3749 Hermine St., 27705 - RS; 477-4230 

(87) - Robert Downey, Rt. 4 Box 28, 27713 - LG; 544-1958 

(87) - Larry Johnson, 2213 Conestoga Dr., 27705 - 1; 383-1110 

(88) - Roger Upchurch, 3206 Sprunt St., 27705 - WS; 383-4253 

DEACONS 

(87) - Rev. Ron Harrison, chm., Rt. 5 Box 688, 27704 - P; (ch) 682-2591 
(86) - Philip Casey, 4210 Sunny Ct., 27705 - EG; 383-5605 

(86) - Eddie Williams, Rt. 6, Chapel Hill 27514 - MC; 933-7806 

(88) - Dr. John Wheat, 812 Ward St., Chapel Hill 27514 -MH; 933-9157 
(88) - Mrs. Hazel F. Pickett, 3308 Chapel Hill Rd., 27707 - Y; 489-6675 

EVANGELISM 

(87) - Rev. Ernest Ferrell, chm., 1914 S. Miami Blvd., 27703 - BA; (ch) 596-2158 1 
(86) - Rev. Stanley Bergquist, Rt. 4 Box 327, 27703 - PR; (ch) 596-3968 

(86) - Dr. Gerald C. Goodwin, 2703 Holloway St., 27703; DM; (ch) 596-7350 

(87) - Dr. Michael Fleming, 2039 Bayleaf Dr., 27712 - FI; 477-8120 

(88) - Rev. Michael Willoughby, 4424 S. Alston Av., 27713 - LG; 544-3908 

FINANCE 

(86) - Rev. Robert D. Weatherly, chm., Rt. 7 Box 185-A, 27707 - MM; (ch) 489-342 
(86) - Dr. C. Ronald Cumbie, 2819 Chapel Hill Rd., 27707 - Y; (ch) 489-2309 



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(87) - Charlie Council, 4311 Newby St., 27704 - HH; 471-9474 

(87) - Mrs. Judi Burhans, 1116 Infinity Rd., 27712 - GRS; 477-5170 

(88) - Dr. Larry O. Harper, 4007 Holt School Rd., 27704 - HH; (ch) 477-3859 
(88) Mrs. Gladys Thomas, 4834 Kendridge Dr., 27712 - GR; 471-2408 

Mrs. W.A. Godwin, Treas., Rt. 2 Box 659, Chapel Hill 27514 - MH; 383-4244 

JTURE DEVELOPMENT 

(88) - Fred Rhodes, Jr., dim., 1121 Shady Ln., 27712 - A; 477-0682 
1(86) - Al Hight, 2104 Ellis Rd., 27703 - BA; 596-2023 

(86) - Mrs. Peggy Yates, Rt. 7 Box 187, 27707 - U; 489-1517 

(87) - Marshall Mangum, 2203 University Dr., 27707 - Y; 489-3534 

1(88) - Rev. Robert Wortham, P.O. Box 15022, 27704 - BT; (ch) 477-6440 

HTER-FAITH WITNESS 
(86) - Rev. Robert L. Clegg, dim., 407 W. Markham Av., 27701 - EP; 688-0371 
(86) - Mrs. Virginia Sneed, Rt. 2 Box 55, Morrisville 27560; CF; 544-3962 
i (87) - Rev. James West, 1204 Lynn Rd., 27703 - C; (ch) 596-2592 
i (88) - Rev. J. Harold Craig, 807 W. Chapel Hill St., 27701 - T; (ch) 688-7397 
; (88) - Mrs. Corndia Williams, 2729 Sevier St., 27705 - FI; 489-8925 

MISSIONS 

I (88) - Dr. Charles Harris, dim., 414 Cleveland St., 27701 - FI; (ch) 688-7308 
i (86) - Dr. Tom Jordan, P.O. Box 103, Rougemont 27572 - RM; 477-3657 
! (87) - Mrs. Kaye Clark, Rt. 4 Box 202-B, Pittsboro 27312 - MG; 542-3878 
i (87) - Mrs. Ruth Couch, Rt. 1 Box 313, Morrisville 27560 - CF; 544-7014 
!; (87) - Rev. Ran Whitley, 2703 Holloway St., 27703 - DM; (ch) 596-7350 

(88) - Mrs. Magaley Littlejohn, 2638 Kirk Rd., 27705 - GR; 477-4893 
(88) - Rev. Julian Motley, 3315 E. Geer St., 27704 - GM; (ch) 688-3947 

Dominations 

t (86) - Rev. Charles Rutt, dim., 4103 Guess Rd., 27712 - RS; (ch) 477-3993 

(86) - Rev. Jay Fogleman, 5111 Fayetteville Rd., 27713 - BR; 544-3471 
: (87) - Mrs. Darlene Harrill, 420 Idlewood St., 27703 - HS; 596-3031 

(87) - Rev. Harold Rumfelt, 123 Olive Branch Rd., 27703 - OB; (ch) 596-8907 

(88) - Robert C. Atwater, Rt. 6 Box 409, Chapd Hill 27514 - MC; 933-3937 
(88) - Mrs. Lucy Herndon, 2406 Sparwood Dr., 27705 - I; 383-4854 

(88) - Mrs. Nora Whitley, 2721 Holloway St., 27703 - DM; 596-6387 

)RDINATIONS 

(88) - Rev. Jimmy Nickelston, dim., Rt. 12 Box 121, Chapel Hill 27514 - FR; 

(ch) 489-5889 

(86) - Rev. Joe Bostic, 826 N. Hardee St., 27703 - CH; 683-1019 

; (86) - Rev. Chuck Miller, Rt. 3 Box 140, Apex 27502 - B; (ch) 362-4392 
! (87) - Rev. Lee Harris, Rt. 4 Box 120, Pittsboro 27312 - MG; (ch) 542-2431 

(87) - Rev. Bennie Littlejohn, 3102 Guess Rd., 27705 - GR; (ch) 477-4893 

ERSONNEL 

(86) - Dr. Frank Zedick, dim., 1004 N. Mangum St., 27701 - G; (ch) 688-6765 

(87) - Dr. Gerald C. Goodwin, 2703 Holloway St., 27703 - DM; (ch) 596-7350 
j (88) - Mrs. Judi Kelly, 3911 Colorado Av., 27707 - HV; 489-1575 



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PLACE AND PREACHER 

(87) - Dr. Clay Warf, chm., 807 W. Chapel Hill St., 27701 - T; (ch) 688-7397 

(86) - Dr. James Murphy, 6900 Garrett Rd., 27707 - HV; (ch) 493-1809 

(88) - Rev. John Laverty, Box 11296, 27703 - A; (ch) 596-6430 

RADIO AND TV 

(87) - Garland Weathers, 1712 Hillcrest Dr., 27705 - G; 286-1531 
(86) - Elijah Triplett, 3406 Cheek Rd., 27704 - F; 688-3857 

(88) - Rev. Mac Bare, 2031 W. Club Blvd., 27705 - WW; (ch) 286-1593 

STEWARDSHIP 

(88) - Rev. Wofford C. Boyd, chm., 4700 Ephesus Church Rd., 27707 - EP; 



(86) - Rev. Jerry Harper, Rt. 1 Box 389, 27705 - MH; (ch) 383-2982 

(87) - Mrs. Sherry Elledge, 906 Eagle Dr., 27712 - HH; 471-3367 

STUDENT WORK 

(87) - Rev. John Hammett, chm., 2031 W. Club Blvd., 27705 - WW; (ch) 286-1591 

(86) - Dr. Thomas Downing, P.O. Box 508, Chapel Hill 27514 - U; (ch) 942-215; 

(87) - Ms. Jane Harris, 203 Battle Ln., Chapel Hill 27514 - U; 942-4266 

(87) - Rev. Parker Leake, 414 Cleveland St., 27701 - FI; (ch) 688-7308 

(88) - Rev. Richard E. Chorley, P.O. Box 3003, 27705 - WS; (ch) 688-1366 
(88) - Rev. Roger Grossmann, 3707 Garrett Rd., 27707 - CT; (ch) 489-2655 
(88) - Rev. Robert Talley, 807 W. Chapel Hill St., 27701 - T; (ch) 688-7397 

Mrs. Velma Ferrell, Duke-BSU, Box 4351 D.S., 27706; 684-5955 

Rev. Robert Phillips, UNC-BSU, 203 Battle Ln., Chapel Hill 27514; 942-426 

TRUSTEES 1 

(87) - Richard Tew, 6225 Summerfield Dr., 27712 - RC; 471-6238 

(86) - Charlie Rigsbee, 2322 Cardinal Dr., 27707 - L; 489-3401 

(88) - Miss Doris Lindsay, 112 High St., Carrboro 27510 - CR; 929-2419 

YOUTH ADVISORY 

(87) - Rev. Marty Tobin, 222 Midland Rd., 27712 - RC; (ch) 477-5426 
(86) - Herbert Gray, 3315 E. Geer St., 27704 - GM; (ch) 688-3947 
(86) - Rev. Jeff Lane, 2703 Holloway St., 27703 - DM; (ch) 596-7350 

(86) - Jimmy D. Camp, 1400 Biscayne Rd., 27707 - HV; 544-1908 

(87) - Rudy Griffin, 4702 Seterra Bend, 27712 - WW; 477-1666 

(88) - Rev. Harold Cobb, Jr., P.O. Box 15788, 27703 - GS; (ch) 688-5888 
(88) - Pete Goswick, 2400 Barrymore Av., 27705 - GR; 477-4822 



(ch) 489-448 




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1985-86 Tentative Calendar 



l^ssociational events are in capital letters, all others are state and/or convention events.) 



■CTOBER 1985 


1 1 


PLANNED GROWTH IN GIVING CONFERENCE 


! 5 


SINGLES OVER 50 


oo oo 


EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING 
SUNDAY SCHOOL WORKSHOP 


12 


SINGLES 30-50 


14 


MINISTERS' CONFERENCE 


4-16 


Senior Adult Retreat, Caraway 


15 


CHURCH LETTER DUE 


15 


BOARD MEETING 


16 


Regional Evangelism Conference, Raleigh 


6-18 


Senior Adult Retreat, Caraway 


8-19 


Areawide Deacons' Conference, Caraway 


S9-20 


RA/Pioneer Officers-Counselors Workshop 


,0-27 


PEOPLE SEARCH/SCRIPTURE DISTRIBUTION 


|^-29 


ANNUAL MEETING 


November 1985 


1 2 


SINGLES OVER 50 


2 


TACMO 


3-10 


ROYAL AMBASSADOR WEEK 


4 


BAPTIST WOMEN'S WORLD DAY OF PRAYER 


9 


SINGLES 30-50 


9-10 


NC Baptist Men's Convention 


143 


NC Baptist State Convention, Charlotte 


I 14 


SENIOR ADULTS 


17 


AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY DAY 


7-20 


FOREIGN MISSION STUDY 


I 18 


MINISTERS' CONFERENCE 


25 


CHURCH GROWTH CONFERENCE - FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 
6:00-9:00 p.m. 


28 


THANKSGIVING DAY 


3ECEMBER 1985 


1- 8 


WEEK OF PRAYER FOR FOREIGN MISSIONS & LOTTIE 
MOON CHRISTMAS OFFERING 


7 


Singles Over 50 


8 


FOREIGN MISSIONS DAY IN SUNDAY SCHOOL 


9 


MINISTERS' CONFERENCE 


14 


SINGLES 30-50 


19 


COOKIES FOR WOMEN'S PRISON (WMU) 


25 


CHRISTMAS DAY 


JANUARY 1986 


i i 


NEW YEAR'S DAY 


4 


SINGLES OVER 50 


6-10 


BIBLE STUDY WEEK 

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8 100TH ANNIVERSARY OF NC WMU & BEGINNING OF 100 
DAYS OF PRAYER 

10-11 Associational Church Training Team (Enablers) - Caraway 

11 SINGLES 30-50 

12 WITNESS COMMITMENT DAY 

13 MINISTERS' CONFERENCE 
13 MUSIC SCHOOL 

17-18 Lay Witness Training Meeting - Caraway 

18 Baptist Men's Day Basketball - WFU vs. NCSU - Greensboro 

20- 24 ASSIST TRAINING - Statewide Tour 
21 Church Building Conference 

25 BAPTIST MEN/BOY'S PRAYER BREAKFAST 

26 BAPTIST MEN'S DAY 

26 WMU COUNCIL MEETING WITH WMU DIRECTORS FROM 

ASSOCIATION CHURCHES - EDGEMONT BAPTIST CHURCF 

27 General Board Orientation 
28-29 General Board 

31 Deadline: Church Applications for Student Evangelism Teams 

31 -Feb. 2 Youth Church Training Winter Weekend I, Ridgecrest 

FEBRUARY 1986 

1 SINGLES OVER 50 

1 TACMO 

1 Baptist Men's Day Basketball - WFU vs. Duke - Greensboro 

2 BAPTIST WORLD ALLIANCE SUNDAY 

3- 4 Statewide Evangelism Conference - Greensboro 

4 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING 

7- 9 International Student Retreat - Charlotte 

8 CRUSADER CAR COMPETITION/MISSION FAIR 

8 SINGLES 30-50 

9 RACE RELATIONS SUNDAY 
9-15 FOCUS ON WMU 

10 MINISTERS' CONFERENCE 

10 Worship Seminar, Caraway - (Church Music) 

11 BOARD MEETING 
13 SENIOR ADULTS 

13 Church Training Doctrinal Seminar - Temple Baptist Church, Raleigh 

16 BAPTIST SEMINARIES, COLLEGE, AND SCHOOLS DAY 

16- 19 HOME MISSION STUDY 

17- 20 Professional Youth Ministers' Conference 

21 GROWTH SPIRAL WORKSHOP 7:00-9:00 p.m. 

22 GROWTH SPIRAL WORKSHOP 9:00-12:00 p.m. 

21- 22 Youth Handbell Festivals - Snyder Memorial Church, Fayetteville 
21-23 Youth Church Training Winter Weekend II, Ridgecrest 

23 VOLUNTEER IN MISSIONS SUNDAY 

27 New Church Member Seminar, First Baptist Church, Raleigh 

28-Mar. 1 Adult Handbell Festivals - Raleigh - Meredith College 

28-Mar. 1 Statewide Church Growth Conference - Immanuel Baptist Church 

- Greensboro 

28-Mar. 2 High School Seniors Retreat, Caraway 

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ylARCH 1986 

1 SINGLES OVER 50 

12- 9 WEEK OF PRAYER FOR HOME MISSIONS & ANNIE 

ARMSTRONG EASTER OFFERING 

j 3- 7 MasterLife Seminar - Caraway 

) 4 BYW MISSIONS & ME - WESTWOOD BAPTIST CHURCH 

| 6 VBS Clinic - (Associational Teams) 

7- 8 Acteens Mother/Daughter Retreat - Ridgecrest 

1 7- 8 Language Missions Conference - Caraway 

7- 8 Youth Choral Festival, Winston-Salem, Calvary Baptist Church 

8 SINGLES 30-50 

9 HOME MISSIONS DAY IN SUNDAY SCHOOL 
9-16 YOUTH WEEK 

10 MINISTERS' CONFERENCE 

10 WMU CENTENNIAL PLANNING MEETING 

1 1 Volunteer Youth Ministers Workshop 
13 Volunteer Youth Ministers Workshop 

[4-15 Acteens Mother/Daughter Retreat, Caraway 

14-16 Youth Church Training Winter Weekend III, Ridgecrest 

15 ASSOCIATIONAL YOUTH NIGHT 

16 YOUTH SUNDAY 

16-30 GOOD NEWS AMERICA, GOD LOVES YOU 

20-21 Sunday School Regional Preschool/Children's Seminar 

20- 22 Child Life Conference - Caraway 

21- 22 Statewide Pioneer RA Congress 

22 Mission Friends Leaders Workshop, Boone 

23 START-A-CHURCH COMMITMENT DAY 
30 EASTER 

APRIL 1986 



4- 5 Missions Volunteer Seminar, Mundo Vista 

4- 6 BSU Spring Conference, Caraway 

4-6 RA Counselor Campcraft Training, Caraway 

5 SINGLES OVER 50 

7 NC Baptist Music Conference, Caraway 

8 BAPTIST MEN'S SPRING WORKSHOP - Ridgecrest Baptist Church 
8 Starting & Maintaining Weekly Workers' Meetings Conference, 

Charlotte 

11-12 Church Media/Library Annual Conference, Caraway 

12 SINGLES 30-50 

14 MINISTERS' CONFERENCE 

14-15 Wake Forest University Pastors' Spring Conference 

14-17 Regional Literacy Convocation at Ridgecrest 

14-20 JEWISH FELLOWSHIP WEEK 

15 WMU ANNUAL MEETING - MOUNT HERMON BAPTIST 

CHURCH 

15 Church Building Conference, Caraway 

17- 19 NC WMU Annual Session, Civic Center, Raleigh 

18- 20 RA Counselor Campcraft Training, Caraway 
19 RA TRACK MEET 

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20 COOPERATIVE PROGRAM DAY 

21-25 CHURCH DOCTRINE OF THE LAITY STUDY 

21 Regional Senior Adult Rally - Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem 

23 Regional Senior Adult Rally - Campbell University, Buies Creek 
25-26 Instrumental Festival, Gastonia, Parkwood Baptist Church 
25-26 Interfaith Witness Associate Seminar, Caraway 

25-26 Single Adult Evangelism Conference, Caraway 

25-27 Family Camping Weekend, Caraway 

26 RAINDATE FOR TRACK MEET 

27 LIFE COMMITMENT SUNDAY 
27 WMU COUNCIL MEETING 

MAY 1986 

2 CHILDREN'S BIBLE DRILL/YOUTH SPEAKER'S TOURNAMEN 
2- 4 Queen's Court, Ridgecrest 

3 TACMO 

3 SINGLES OVER 50 

3 WMU PRAYER RETREAT — YATES CAMP 

4 SENIOR ADULT DAY 
4 GA/ACTEEN RALLY 

4-1 1 CHRISTIAN HOME WEEK 

6 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING 

8 SENIOR ADULTS 

9 Youth Bible Drill/Youth Speakers' Tournament - First Baptist Church, 

Asheboro (Area) 

10 SINGLES 30-50 

1 1 State Children's Bible Drill, Asheboro 

11 MOTHER'S DAY 

12 MINISTERS' CONFERENCE 
12-14 Key Leadership Conference 

14-16 Senior Adult Conference, Caraway 

16-17 Mission Friends, Leaders/Baptist Young Women Retreat, Mundo Vist; 

16-17 State RA Pioneer Track Meet 

16-18 Deaf Youth Retreat, Caraway 

16-18 Teachers & Interpreters Conference, Caraway 

17 Mission VBS Clinic 

18 BAPTIST RADIO & TELEVISION SUNDAY 
19-25 ASSOCIATIONAL EMPHASIS WEEK 
19-21 Senior Adult Conference, Caraway 

20 BOARD MEETING 

21-23 Senior Adult Conference, Caraway 

24 State Youth Bible Drill/Youth Speakers' Tournament, First Baptist 

Church, Asheboro 

27-28 General Board 

30-31 Young Baptist Women Retreat, Caraway 
JUNE 1986 

1 BAPTIST YOUTH WORLD DAY OF PRAYER 

1 RELIGIOUS LIBERTY SUNDAY 

6 Church Training Youth Celebration, Ridgecrest 



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7 SINGLES OVER 50 

8- 9 Southern Baptist Church Music Conference 

8- 9 WMU, SBC, Annual Meeting, Atlanta, Georgia 

10-12 Southern Baptist Convention, Atlanta, Georgia 

12-18 Music Leadership Conference, Ridgecrest 

14 SINGLES 30-50 

15 FATHER'S DAY 

16 MINISTERS' CONFERENCE 
16-17 GA DAY CAMP 

16 Camp Caraway for Boys Opens 

16 Camp Mundo Vista Opens 

20-21 Lay Renewal Gathering, Caraway 

22 ANNUITY BOARD SUNDAY 

24-30 National Brotherhood Training Conference, Ridgecrest 

29 CHRISTIAN CITIZENSHIP SUNDAY 

29 Christian High Adventure Begins 

00- July 4 Week of Christian Study & Fellowship - Mars Hill College 

(30- July 5 Youth Evangelism Week, Caswell 

30-July 6 WMU Conference, Ridgecrest 

JULY 1986 



4 INDEPENDENCE DAY 

5 SINGLES OVER 50 

7-1 1 Wake Forest University Pastor's School, Winston-Salem 

7-12 World Missions Week, Caswell 

8 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 
9-12 Super Summer '86 

1 1 Youth Evangelism Crusade, Greensboro 

12 SINGLES 30-50 

12-18 Church Training Leadership, Ridgecrest 

13 CHRISTIAN LITERATURE DAY 

14 MINISTERS' CONFERENCE (cancelled) 

15 BOARD MEETING (TENTATIVE) 

18-19 Bivocational Ministers' Conference, Caraway 

21-25 MUSIC DAY CAMP FOR CHILDREN 

26 CHILDREN'S CONCERT 

27 WMU COUNCIL MEETING 
28-30 Ministers/Wives' Retreat 

31-Aug. 1 Workshop for Associational WMU, Caraway 

AUGUST 1986 

1- 2 Workshop for Associational WMU Council, Caraway 

2 TACMO 

2 SINGLES OVER 50 

3 DAY OF PRAYER FOR WORLD PEACE 

4- 6 Sunday School Special Worker Training, Caraway 

7- 9 Sunday School Leadership Training, Mini-week, Caraway 

9 SINGLES 30-50 

10 LANGUAGE MISSIONS DAY 

1 1 MINISTERS' CONFERENCE (cancelled) 
14 SENIOR ADULTS 

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15-16 


Lav Witness Annual Meetine Carawav 


18-20 


l l a^j yji l Ivjj i\t li wcxl , \_/cu ci w ay 


20-22 


Hanninpss Rptrpat Carawav 


22-23 


Associational RA Director/Committee Training, Caraway 


22-23 


Church Training "Mini" Conference, Caraway 


24-31 


CHURCH MUSIC EMPHASIS WEEK 


SEPTEMBER 1986 


1 


LABOR DAY 


2 


EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING 


5- 6 


Associational Brotherhood Director Training, Caraway 


5- 6 


BYW Convention, Caswell 


5- 6 


Youth Council Retreat I, Caraway 


6 


SINGLES OVER 50 


7-13 


BROTHERHOOD LEADERSHIP WEEK 


7-14 


WEEK OF PRAYER FOR NC MISSIONS 


9 


BOARD MEETING 


12-13 


Girls in Action Leader Retreat, Mundo Vista 


12-13 


Volunteer Music Directors' Retreat, Caraway 


12-13 


Youth Council Retreat II, Caraway 


13 


SINGLES OVER 50 


13 


WMU LEADERSHIP TRAINING 


14 


NORTH CAROLINA MISSIONS OFFERING INGATHERING 


1 A 

14 


CI\T/^I T~? A TAT TT T TV A 17 

ISINGLb ADULT DAY 


15 


MINISTERS' CONFERENCE 


15, 16, 18 


Area Church Training Children's Bible Skills Rallies 


16 


ASSOCIATIONAL SUNDAY SCHOOL LEADERSHIP NIGHT 


19-20 


Sunday School Leadership Conference - All Age Group Training, 




Caraway 


19-21 


RA Counselor Backpack Training, Caraway 


26-27 


Sunday School Fall Convention, Caraway 


26-28 


Fall Convention, Ridgecrest (Youth & Campus) 


28-Oct. 5 


SUNDAY SCHOOL PREPARATION WEEK 


OCTOBER 1986 


3 


Literacy Missions Retreat, Caraway 


3- 5 


RA Counselor Campcraft Training, Caraway 


4 


SINGLES OVER 50 


4 


Associational Acteens Council Training, Mundo Vista 


6- 9 


Continuing Witness Training Seminar 


6-10 


Preschool/Children Church Training Leadership Bonanzas 


7 


EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 


8-10 


Senior Adult Retreat, Caraway 


10-11 


Associational Acteens Council Training, Ridgecrest 


10-11 


Volunteer Music Directors' Retreat, Caraway 


10-12 


Family Camping Weekend, Caraway 


11 


SINGLES 30-50 


11 


Crusade RA Rally, Fort Bragg 


13 


MINISTERS' CONFERENCE 


13 


Regional Evangelism Conference, Winston-Salem 



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113-15 


Senior Adult Retreat, Caraway 


! 14 


BOARD MEETING 


14 


Regional Evangelism Conference, Burlington 


15 


Regional Evangelism Conference, Raleigh 


15-17 


Senior Adult Retreat, Caraway 


17-18 


Area Deacon Training, Caraway 


18-19 


Pioneer Officer - Counselor Workshop, Caraway 


j 20-23 


Sunday School Curriculum Whistle Stops 


1 21 


Church Building Conference 


123-26 


Mega Focus, Baltimore, Maryland (Church Music) 


124-25 


Baptist Young Women's Convention, Ridgecrest 


27-28 


ANNUAL MEETING 


,27, 28, 30 


Youth Church Training Discipleship Workshops 


1-31 


January Bible Study Institutes 


NOVEMBER 1986 


1 


SINGLES OVER 50 


1 


Baptist Women Serendipity 


! 2- 9 


ROYAL AMBASSADOR WEEK 


3 


BAPTIST WOMEN'S WORLD DAY OF PRAYER 


f, 4,5 


Church Secretaries Conference, Caraway 


3- 6 


Continuing Witness Training Seminar, Fayetteville 


3- 7 


Sunday School Workers with College Student Tour 


7- 8 


Associational Girls in Action Training, Caraway 


7- 8 


Evangelism Through the Home Conference, Caraway 


7- 9 


NC Baptist Men's Convention, Raleigh 


8 


SINGLES 30-50 


10-12 


Baptist State Convention, Greensboro 


13 


SENIOR ADULTS 


16 


AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY DAY 


16-19 


FOREIGN MISSION STUDY 


17 


MINISTERS' CONFERENCE 


21-22 


Small Church Pastor/Director Planning Workshops 


24 


ASSOCIATIONAL CHURCH TRAINING "M" NIGHT 


27 


THANKSGIVING 



30-Dec. 7 WEEK OF PRAYER FOR FOREIGN MISSIONS & LOTTIE MOON 
CHRISTMAS OFFERING 

DECEMBER 1986 

6 SINGLES OVER 50 

7 FOREIGN MISSIONS DAY IN SUNDAY SCHOOL 
13 SINGLES 30-50 

15 MINISTERS' CONFERENCE 

25 CHRISTMAS DAY 

28 STUDENT DAY AT CHRISTMAS 

WORLD MISSIONS CONFERENCE - SEPTEMBER 20-27, 1987 



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Constitution 



Revised 1983, 1985 

ARTICLE I. NAME 

This body shall be known as the Yates Baptist Association of North Carolina. 

ARTICLE II. PURPOSE 

The purpose of this Association shall be to provide a convenient and orderly mean 
for the extension of the ministry of the cooperating Baptist churches in Durham Count; 
and portions of Chatham and Orange counties which support the programs of the Bap- 
tist State Convention and the Southern Baptist Convention. 

ARTICLE III. ARTICLES OF FAITH 

The confession of faith of this Association shall be the "Baptist Faith and Message'! 
with its five-point statement of the historic Baptist conception of the nature and func 
tion of confessions of faith in our religious and denominational life as adopted by th 
Southern Baptist Convention in 1963 at Kansas City. 

(Five-Point Statement from "The Baptist Faith and Message*') 

(1) That they constitute a concensus of opinion of some Baptist body, large or smal 
for the general instruction and guidance of our own people and others concerning thoj 
articles of the Christian faith which are most surely held among us. They are not ii 
tended to add anything to the simple conditions of the salvation revealed in the Ne 
Testament, viz, repentance towards God and faith in Jesus Christ as Savior and Lore 

(2) That we do not regard them as complete statements of our faith, having any qua! 
ty of finality of infallibility. As in the past, so in the future Baptists should hoi 
themselves free to revise their statements of faith as may seem to them wise and expj 
dient at any time. 

(3) That any group of Baptists, large or small, have the inherent right to draw up ft; 
themselves and publish to the world a confession of their faith whenever they may thir 1 
it advisable to do so. 

(4) That the sole authority for faith and practice among Baptists is the Scriptures < 
the Old and New Testaments. Confessions are only guides in interpretation, having r 
authority over the conscience. 

(5) That they are statements of religious convictions, drawn from the Scriptures, ar 
are not to be used to hamper freedom of thought or investigation in other realms of lif 

ARTICLE IV. MEMBERSHIP 

Section 1. This Association in session shall be composed of duly elected messengej 
from cooperating Baptist churches in Durham County and portions of Chatham an< 
Orange counties and the regular elected officers of the Association and members of th 
Associational Board which are in agreement with the purpose as stated in Article II 
When not in session this Association shall be comprised of its member churches whicl 
shall elect members to the Associational Board in accordance to Article X. 

Section 2. Each church shall be represented at the annual meeting of the Associate 
and at any special meeting during the year by messengers who shall be duly elected in t ) 
following ratio: 

(1) Three for the first hundred members or fraction thereof, and one for each ac- 
tional hundred or fraction thereof, provided that the total number of messeng<> 
shall not exceed ten. i-7 



j (2) All pastors of churches of the Association shall be recognized as messengers, in 

addition to those specified above, 
j Section 3. Only individuals who are baptized (immersed) believers and members of 
khurches of this Association shall be seated as voting messengers at any Associational 
tneeting. 

Section 4. Churches seeking to seat messengers in the Association shall apply to the 



Missions Committee prior to the annual meeting of the Association, giving evidence of 
i [heir faith and order and their agreement to be received under watchcare of the Associa- 
i lion. Upon recommendation of the committee and approval of the Association by a 
dwo-thirds majority of the members present and voting, the church or churches shall be 
Received under the watchcare of the Association for a period of one year. It is 
understood that during the period of watchcare of the Association such churches will be 
Recorded all the services of the Association and all its privileges with the exception of the 
jight to seat voting messengers and to voting representation on the Associational Board, 
ikt the end of the year of watchcare, the church or churches may, by a two-thirds vote of 
jhe Association, be received into full fellowship of the Association or continue under 
watchcare or have the request for fellowship rejected. Upon admission to full 
fellowship, the church or churches shall be authorized to seat duly elected messengers 
jvith voting privileges and voting members on the Associational Board. 

Section 5. The Association shall have the power, upon giving notice of nine months 
tnd by two-thirds majority vote of messengers present and voting, to withdraw fellow- 
pip from any church that shall willfully depart from orthodox principles of the Chris- 
pan religion as taught in the Bible and as believed by Baptists or that fails to represent 
jtself either by messenger or letter at the annual session of the Association without suffi- 
cient reason, or that fails to support causes fostered by the denomination at large and of 
this Association in particular, or that ceases to be missionary in practice. 



! Section 6. Any church may decline to send messengers to the Association at its pleas- 
lire. Whenever this constitutes a withdrawal of fellowship on the part of the church, the 
Association shall not as a body, or through a representative or representatives, seek to 
restrain by coercion or law the withdrawal action of the church. 

ARTICLE V. POWERS AND PREROGATIVES 



The Association, when convened in meeting, shall sit as advisory council, and shall 
lave no power to infringe on any of the internal rights of the churches; it may advise 
with cooperating churches and recommend measures of usefulness for their adoption, 
bid may claim for itself, its objects, and its recommendations the highest consideration, 
tion. 

ARTICLE VI. ANNUAL REPORTS OF THE CHURCHES 

Each cooperating church shall send annually to the Association a report on the Asso- 
ciational Letter which is provided. Only persons who have been baptized by immersion 
pay be reported as members on these reports. Said report should reach the Associa- 
tional Clerk at least 10 days prior to the annual meeting. 



Section 1 . The Association shall convene annually during the week after the fourth 
Sunday in October, and may meet with different churches on the two successive days. 

Section 2. The time of the annual meeting may be changed, or special meetings called 
by the Associational Board upon two weeks notice to the cooperating churches. 



ARTICLE VII. MEETINGS 



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ARTICLE VIII. FISCAL YEAR 

The fiscal year of the Association shall begin on January first and end on Decemb 
thirty-first of each year. 

ARTICLE IX. OFFICERS AND THEIR DUTIES 

Section 1. The officers of the Association shall be a Moderator, Vice Moderate 
Clerk, Treasurer, Parliamentarian, and such others as may be authorized by tl 
Association. 

Section 2. All officers shall be members of a church affiliated with the Association 

Section 3. Only persons who have been baptized by immersion shall hold any po; 
tion within the Associational organization. 

Section 4. The officers shall be elected at the annual meeting of the Association, ai 
these shall assume their duties at the close of the annual meeting during which they a 
elected and continue until their successors are elected and installed, unless removed 1 
cause. The Moderator and Vice Moderator shall not serve more than two years in su ( 
cession in their respective positions. The Clerk, Treasurer, Parliamentarian may I 
serve more than three years in succession. 

Section 5. The Moderator shall preside over the annual meeting of the Associate 
and begin each session punctually. He shall appoint such committees as may be authcj 
ized by the Constitution, or the Association, enforce the rules, preserve order, and exe 
cise all prerogatives of a presiding officer according to parliamentary usage, and serve 
chairman of the Associational Board, and ex officio member of all standing commj 
tees. 

Section 6. The Vice Moderator shall discharge the duties of the Moderator in I 
absence. 

Section 7. The Clerk shall keep a record of the proceedings of the Association, supe 
intend the printing and distribution of the Minutes, keep on file the printed Minutes aii 
other important papers of the Association. He shall act as secretary of the Association 
Board. The Clerk shall be entitled to compensation which shall be fixed by the Assoc! 
tion. He shall obtain and edit the histories of two churches each year to be included 
the Minutes, and shall maintain an up-to-date history of the Association. 

Section 8. The Treasurer shall receive all monies contributed to the Association, ai 
shall make disbursements as authorized by the Association and/or the Associatior 
Board and shall make regular reports to the Associational Board and an annual repc 
to the Association. 

Section 9. The Parliamentarian shall advise the Moderator on matters of rules 
order and procedure at the annual sessions and Associational Board meetings. 

Section 10. There shall be three trustees, one elected each year for a three-year ten 1 
who shall be the representatives of the Association in legal matters, and shall perfoi 
such other duties as the Association or the Associational Board may prescribe. 

ARTICLE X. ASSOCIATIONAL BOARD 

Section 1. The Associational Board shall consist of the general officers, the leaders 
the Sunday School, Church Training, Women's Missionary Union, Brotherhoc, 
Music, The Associational Church Media Organization, the Chairmen of the Standi ; 
Committees, the Director of Missions, each active pastor and two lay members, elect I 
from each member church. The names of the lay members shall be duly certified r 
notifying the Associational Clerk. 



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I The Associational Directors of Sunday School, Church Training, Woman's Mis- 
sionary Union, Brotherhood, Music, and TACMO may not serve more than four years 
^jn succession. 

I Section 2. The Associational Board shall act for the Association in the interim be- 
jween the annual sessions. It shall carry out the policies and will of the Association as so 
Expressed. It shall meet as often as it may elect for the effectual performance of its 
Wies. It shall have the power to fill vacancies among the officers, committees, and 
organizational workers of the Association and committees of the Associational Board 
hat may occur during the year. It shall make a full and complete report of its work at 
■iach annual meeting of the Association. 

1 Section 3. The Associational Board shall have an Executive Committee composed of 
he Moderator, Vice Moderator, Clerk, Treasurer, Parliamentarian, Chairman of the 
frrustees, Directors of Brotherhood, Sunday School, Church Training, Woman's Mis- 
sionary Union, Music, and The Associational Church Media Organization, the Chair- 
men of Camp, Community Ministries, Evangelism, Finance and Missions committees, 
t wo pastors elected at large, and the Director of Missions. 

I This committee shall meet periodically between sessions of the Associational Board, 
jvork to correlate the activities and emphases of the various groups, plan a tentative 
Calendar to be approved by the May Board Meeting and to be recommended for adop- 
ion to the annual session of the Association, interpret policy as needed by the Director 
%f Missions, and strive for a smooth operation of the Associational Program. 
■ This committee shall employ, with the approval of the Board of Association, a Direc- 
tor of Missions and shall exercise general supervision of his work. The committee shall 
berform such other duties and services as the Board or Association may direct. 



I Bylaws 

ARTICLE I. COMMITTEES AND THEIR DUTIES 

i Members of the committees shall be selected from the membership of those churches 
tooperating with the Association and shall serve a term of three years. All standing com- 
a nittees of the Association shall have one-third of its members rotating off each year and 
mbersons serving less than one and one-half years shall have the opportunity to be renom- 
inated to serve a full term. A period of one year must elapse before an individual can 
Jerve on the same committee again. A church should not be represented more than once 
>(£>n a standing committee at any given time. Every church in the Association should be 
Represented on at least one committee of the Association. 

m The Moderator and the Director of Missions shall be ex officio members of all stand- 
ing committees. 

Section 1. THE ANNUAL MEETING COMMITTEE shall be composed of five 
jnembers whose duty it shall be to arrange the program for the annual meeting. It shall 
?e the duty of this committee to receive or solicit invitations for the place of meeting of 
si the annual session for the following year. It shall also recommend to the Association in 
ol^nnual meeting a place(s) of meeting(s), along with a preacher and alternate for the ser- 
liimon, for the following year. The Music Director shall serve as ex officio. 
*l Section 2. THE CAMP COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven members whose 
||iuty it shall be to direct the development and use of the property with the advice and 
! :onsent of the Associational Board. It shall be the duty of this committee to submit a 
fiame annually to the Nominations Committee for the position of Camp Director. 

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Section 3. THE CHRISTIAN LIFE COMMITTEE shall be composed of five 
members whose duty it shall be to make use of material and programs suggested by the 
Christian Life Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention and the Christian Life 
and Public Affairs Council of the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina and other 
available means to encourage high standards of Christian living in the local churches 
and their communities. The presidents of Singles 30-50, Singles Over 50, and Senior 
Adults shall serve as ex officio members of the committee. 

Section 4. THE COMMUNITY MINISTRIES COMMITTEE shall be composed of 
nine members, including the Mission Action Chairmen of the Baptist Men's and Baptist 
Women's organizations, whose duty it shall be to identify needs in the Association such 
as non-readers, alcoholics, drug abusers, youth in trouble, unwed mothers, the physical- 
ly handicapped, the poverty stricken, prisoners and probationers, emotionally disturb- 
ed, and senior citizens, to encourage churches to provide ministries to meet the needs of 
the total person; to enlist and offer training for those with interest in these areas; and : 
lead the churches cooperatively to specific areas when wise and possible. 

Section 5. THE CONSTITUTION COMMITTEE shall be composed of five 
members whose duty it shall be to study and recommend changes in the Constitution ! 
and bring reports as necessary to the Association. 

Section 6. THE DEACONS' COMMITTEE shall be composed of five members 
whose duty it shall be to plan and carry out meetings and activities for the information; 
and inspiration of deacons. 

Section 7. THE EVANGELISM COMMITTEE shall be composed of five members 
whose duty its shall be to encourage evangelism in the churches, including the enlistment 
and training of laymen in witnessing, to initiate and carry out Association evangelism ef- 
forts, to cooperate with area crusades when feasible, and to utilize the full resources of 
the Association by coordinating its efforts with other Association committees and 
organizations in their evangelistic outreach knowing that Christ saves the whole man to; 
a whole life of discipleship. 

Section 8. THE FINANCE COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven members. 
The Treasurer shall serve as an ex officio member. 

This committee shall present a tentative budget at the annual meeting, representing a 
definite budget at the February Board meeting and devise plans for raising the budget. Itl 
shall also review applications from churches for State Missions funds for presentation to 
the Associational Board as requested by the Missions Committee. 

Section 9. THE INTER-FAITH WITNESS COMMITTEE shall be composed ol 
five members whose duty it shall be to assist the churches in becoming better informed 
as to the beliefs, attitudes, customs of the sects and Catholicism and the world non- 
Christian religions, especially Judaism and to foster a better relationship with adherents 
of these groups. 

Section 10. THE MINISTERIAL CARE COMMITTEE shall be composed of five 
members to facilitate support groups for pastors, churcri staff and spouses. This com 
mittee will also seek to assist churches in development of special ministries, and enure! 
administration services. 

It shall also serve as a referral, conduct special projects and activities which wil 
minister to needs of people. 

The committee shall also assist churches in determining adequate financial suppor 
and benefits for ministers. 

Section 11. THE MISSIONS COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven members 
whose duty it shall be to obtain information which can be utilized by the churches an( 
the Association, to ascertain the need of new churches and missions with the boundarie 

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■J the Association, to recommend to the Association or the Associational Board the 
ication of sites and purchasing of lots for such churches or missions, and to assist the 
i fganization of such churches as might be authorized and to review for the Finance 
nommittee applications from churches for State Missions funds. It shall be the duty of 
•Jus committee to study the applications of churches seeking admission into the Associa- 
pn and to make recommendations regarding the same. 

j Section 12. THE NOMINATIONS COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven 
i lembers, whose duty it shall be to present nominations to the Association for all 

meral officers and committeemen (except the Director of Missions as heretofore pro- 
vided). 

i This committee shall also be responsible for forwarding to the Board for approval 
jid to the Association for election, the officers of Brotherhood, Sunday School, 
j/oman's Missionary Union, Church Training, Music Council, and Library organiza- 
tions (TACMO). This committee will receive from the six organizational committees 
;iid present for approval at the February Board meeting the names of nominees for 
; *adership. 

1 1 Following the same procedure, the remaining officers of the six organizations shall be 
presented for approval to the May Board meeting. The names of all general organiza- 
i jpnal officers shall be presented to the Association for election. 
1 1 It shall also present nominations to the Associational Board to fill any vacancy in the 
jffices for which it nominates to the Association. 

I Section 13. THE ORDINATIONS COMMITTEE shall be composed of five 
t members who shall act in an advisory capacity for churches or for ministerial students 
peking counsel concerning ordination. The committee shall assist in the examination of 
f andidates for the ministry only after their call to some specific position in Christian ser- 
I ice, and shall refrain from announcing the date for ordination until after approval of 
me candidate. 

| Section 14. THE PERSONNEL COMMITTEE shall be composed of five members 
, lected for a three-year term with one member rotating off the committee each year. It 
pall be the duty of this committee to suggest policies relating to holidays, sick leave, 
location, and other benefits for all paid employees. They shall prepare and update as 
I ecessary job descriptions for all staff personnel. In full cooperation with the Director 
) if Missions, recruit, interview, and recommend to the Executive Committee employ- 
ment of all new staff personnel. Before June of each year have had at least one evalua- 
[ ion session with each employee in line with Job Description, and hear suggestions from 
I tie employee for improving the work or relationships which have already been discuss- 
d. Develop and recommend salaries and benefits for employed staff personnel to the 
s Executive Committee to recommend to the Finance Committee. Develop and recom- 
mend to the Executive Committee policies and procedures for paid and volunteer staff 
» tersonnel administration. 

Section 15. THE PUBLIC RELATIONS COMMITTEE shall be composed of five 
i aembers, whose duty it shall be to build the image of the Association by the develop- 
ment of appropriate information/communication vehicles in the churches and com- 
Ipunity. It shall also promote the annual observance of Associational Emphasis Week 
May) in the churches of the Association. 

t [ Section 16. THE RADIO AND TELEVISION COMMITTEE shall be composed of 
ive members whose duty it shall be to work with local stations in the securing of time, 
b promote programs of religious and denominational interest, and to encourage the 
Ifhurches to use the media of radio and television with particular attention to ACTS 
< American Christian Television System, Inc.) and BTN (Baptist Telecommunications 
Network). _22- 



Section 17. THE STEWARDSHIP COMMITTEE shall be composed of till 
members, whose duty it shall be to encourage and stimulate when possible the offering 
from the individuals churches to State, Home, Foreign Missions as well as H 
Cooperative Program, to urge the churches to undergird their church staff memoe) 
through the Annuity Board retirement plans, to promote tithing by individual chunj 
members, and to encourage the members of the churches to be Christian stewards 11 
their possessions after death through wills and bequests to denominational objects, j 

Section 18. THE STUDENT WORK COMMITTEE shall be composed of sev(j 
members, with the chaplains of educational institutions in the Association area acting 
an advisory capacity, whose duty it shall be to cooperate with and promote the work 1 
the Baptist Student Program in the several institutions within the area of the Associatici 
and to encourage the ministry of the churches to students. 

Section 19. THE YOUTH ADVISORY COMMITTEE shall be composed of set 
members, whose duty it shall be to provide or sponsor periodic events or emphases f< 
or with the youth of the churches. 

Section 20. THE AUDIT COMMITTEE shall be composed of three members wl 
shall be responsible for the auditing of the Treasurer's records and the presentation 
an annual auditor's report to the Association. The Audit Committee need not perforj 
the audit themselves but may arrange for the audit by professionally trained accourj 
ants. The members of the committee shall be elected each year on a rotating basis. 

ARTICLE II. TRUSTEES OF YATES VILLAGE, INC. 

Section 1. The Yates Baptist Association shall elect nine trustees of Yates, Inc., i 
terms of three years. At each regular annual meeting of the Association, one-third off 
Board of Trustees of Yates Village will be elected by the Association to succeed 1 
members retiring beginning in 1984. 

Section 2. The trustees shall operate Yates Village in accordance with Baptist pr 
ciples and the intention of Yates Baptist Association. The original charter and articles 
incorporation shall be approved by the Association in session. Any subsequent char; 
in the charter which would affect, alter or change the purpose of Yates Village or 1 
relationship of Yates Village or its trustees to the Association shall have the prior i 
proval of the Association. No program shall be begun which might involve the Assoc 
tion directly or indirectly in a debt without the prior approval of the Association. 

Section 3. The Board of Trustees shall have the power to make bylaws and regu 
tions not inconsistent with the laws of the state or of this charter for the discharge of 
functions and for the government of said corporation. 

Section 4. The trustees of Yates Village shall be members of churches cooperati 
with the Yates Baptist Association and shall live in the area served by the Associate 
The Board of Trustees should consist of both men and women with persons hayi| 
areas of expertise in the following categories: real estate, financial planning/bankiij, 
building, medicine, geriatrics, and public relations. A pastor and two senior adijs 
should also be represented on the board. 

Secton 5. If for any reason a trustee shall cease to be a member of a chuiP 
cooperating with the Association or shall remove his residence from the area so as to i^ 
pede his service as a trustee, his trusteeship shall be thereby terminated. Any vacancy i 
the Board of Trustees shall be filled by the Executive Committee of the Yates Bap t 
Association until the next regular annual meeting of the Association. 

Section 6. The Association shall have the right to remove any trustee for cause c< - 
sidered sufficient by the Association; but only after reasonable notice to such trustee a 3 



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jpportunity for him to be heard by the Association. Such action may be initiated by the 
(•ustees of Yates Village or by a member of a church cooperating with the Association, 
j Section 7. The trustees of Yates Village shall be elected by the Association at its an- 
ual meeting after receiving nominations from a committee composed of the following: 
Moderator, Director of Missions; and the chairmen of the following committees - Mis- 
tons, Finance, Christian Life, Nominations, and Personnel. This committee may re- 
quest recommendations from cooperating churches and shall consider recommenda- 
| pns received from members of churches cooperating with the Association and from the 
loard of Trustees of Yates Village. 

i! Section 8. The term of office shall begin on January 1, following election and end on 
December 31, following election of a successor. The term of office of a trustee who has 
i jot resigned, died, become disqualified, or been removed shall not expire until his suc- 
cessor shall have been elected by the Association. 

i Section 9. Trustees shall be eligible for re-election to a second term of office. After 
'laving served two consecutive terms, one may be eligible for election after an absence of 
be year from the Board of Trustees. 

tj Section 10. The Moderator and Director of Missions of the Yates Baptist Association 
Ifiall be ex officio members of the Board of Trustees of Yates Village, 
ij Section 11. The Board of Trustees shall report to the Association at its annual 
heeting regarding operations, finances, and future plans. At the discretion of the 
jf ustees or upon the request of the Association, additional reports may be made. 
;j Section 12. The trustees will meet at least twice a year for dialogue with an Advisory 
|ommittee (each cooperating church will be asked to elect one member annually to this 
Jpmmittee) of the Association. This committee has no vested power within and of itself 
'|Ut may make suggestions or recommendations for trustee consideration. 

ARTICLE III. RULES OF ORDER 

I The following rules shall govern deliberations in the meetings of the Association and 
Issociational Board. 

! (1) The official transaction of busines